<![CDATA[EVILTWINLDN - HOME]]>Tue, 05 Jan 2016 15:55:05 +0000Weebly<![CDATA[TARO: MADE IN NYC [LENG BATTON X EVILTWIN]]]>Fri, 01 Apr 2016 20:00:10 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/taro-made-in-nyc-leng-batton-x-eviltwinWe've been quiet for a while but we've been working on some shit, the first piece of which is our collaboration with LENG BATTON with their new Documentary TARO: MADE IN NYC.

TARO: MADE IN NYC is a look into the life of a working rapper living in New York, arguably the birthplace of Hip Hop itself.

Check it out below and be sure to subscribe to the LENG BATTON YouTube Channel:
<![CDATA[EVILTWIN X LENG BATTON: AUST]]>Wed, 17 Jun 2015 10:50:26 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/eviltwin-x-leng-batton-austCheck out the new LENG BATTON FEATURES video we helped film and edit featuring the talents of our boy and resident public property defacer, AUST.
<![CDATA[VANDAL ROADSHOW [GALLERY]]]>Sat, 02 May 2015 20:46:52 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/vandal-roadshow-gallery

Scouted some big new spots in the last few weeks. Just a few shots from various trips. Much more to come!
<![CDATA[WALKING ON THE MOON [GALLERY]]]>Mon, 09 Mar 2015 23:58:45 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/walking-on-the-moon-gallery
Birling Gap, East Sussex
Photos: Matt Smithies
<![CDATA[BRANCH OUT]]>Tue, 24 Feb 2015 03:24:51 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/branch-out
Photo/Edit - Matt Smithies

<![CDATA[BRIGHTON AT NIGHTON [GALLERY]]]>Wed, 04 Feb 2015 23:19:47 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/brighton-at-nighton-galleryPretty much what it says on the tin really...
Photos by Matt Smithies
<![CDATA[35MM MEGAMIX - PART 7]]>Tue, 03 Feb 2015 16:38:14 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/35mm-megamix-part-7We've been at it again. 35mm selection from early 2015.
<![CDATA[35MM MEGAMIX - PART 6 [SUMMER SPESHAL]]]>Sat, 31 Jan 2015 00:29:46 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/35mm-megamix-part-6-summer-speshalA few from our various travels last summer. Better late than later. 
Locations: Cyprus / Montenegro / Amsterdam
Photos: Matt Smithies
<![CDATA[LEAKE STREET SESSIONS - LONDON [VIDEO]]]>Wed, 28 Jan 2015 16:21:06 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/leake-street-sessions-london-videoLadies and gents, presenting the first in a series of new shorts we are currently producing! 
Charly Pope attacks the Leake Street Tunnels in Waterloo, London for internet attention.
<![CDATA[WARP SPEED - [BRIGHTON JAN 2015]]]>Wed, 07 Jan 2015 00:49:22 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/warp-speed-brighton-jan-2015
<![CDATA[VIRTUAL REALITY ART - [EXHIBITION]]]>Mon, 29 Sep 2014 20:02:59 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/virtual-reality-art-exhibitionIt's been a long and busy summer for us all at EVILTWINLDN HQ, filled with all the pressures of modern life, but SOMEHOW we managed to find time to spend in the studio and have come up with some fancy fresh new artworks for your eyeballing pleasure. 

What you are about to see is our first
ONLINE EXHIBITION. An exhibition in a gallery costs money we don't have and frankly would probably be super boring. There would be too many tequilas and something would catch fire so we decided to do it on the internet instead. 

All of these pieces are hand-painted, hand-drawn or painted from hand-cut stencils by our resident pencilmonkeys
<![CDATA[WU-TANG IS FOR THE CHILDREN]]>Mon, 09 Jun 2014 08:11:11 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/wu-tang-is-for-the-children"I don't know how y'all see it, but when it comes to the children,
 Wu-Tang is for the children, we teach the children.
Puffy is good but Wu-Tang is the best."
Hand cut/painted stencils on canvas
<![CDATA[35MM MEGAMIX PART 5 [GALLERY]]]>Fri, 06 Jun 2014 19:42:30 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/35mm-megamix-part-5-gallery
<![CDATA[ZIGGY BRONSON // ACTION STARDUST]]>Wed, 04 Jun 2014 11:31:33 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/ziggy-bronson-action-stardustHere's some new artwork from one of our team members. An amalgamation of two great cultural icons, 
Action Bronson and Ziggy Stardust. 
We present to you...


Artwork and photos by MS
Hand-drawn/cut stencil on canvas
<![CDATA[BOMBED OUT IN BRIGHTON [GALLERY]]]>Tue, 20 May 2014 18:22:05 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/bombed-out-in-brighton-galleryScoping out some of Brighton's hidden gems. 
Bombed out alleys and general distaste towards authority.  Just what the doctor ordered. 
<![CDATA[RUN OF THE MILL [GALLERY]]]>Tue, 20 May 2014 12:51:26 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/run-of-the-mill-galleryWe did a bit of exploring whilst up in Leeds and came across some cool abandoned shit including an old mill (hence the witty title).

<![CDATA[MONSTER HUNTING [GALLERY]]]>Sun, 27 Apr 2014 12:16:25 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/monster-hunting-galleryAfter a busy month of not being able to do anything, we were finally able to get out and have a combined wilderness/painting session this week.
Here are some shots from the day: 

(Please also note the trippy eye piece before and after pics towards the bottom of the gallery which someone managed to diss in the time we were out in a highly unceremonious fashion)
<![CDATA[BACK TO BUSINESS [GALLERY]]]>Fri, 25 Apr 2014 14:50:51 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/back-to-business-galleryWe're getting straight back to it with some new stuff for you in the next couple of days. 
Here's a little taster of things to come:
Photos by MS
<![CDATA[BASED @ RHYTHM FACTORY [11/04/14]]]>Thu, 10 Apr 2014 22:03:40 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/based-rhythm-factory-140414
Our boys over at based are getting ready to host the follow-up to their hugely successful first rave at Scala in January. 

This time, they're hitting up the prestigious  Rhythm Factory on Whitechapel Road in London. 

Along for the ride will be Teenage Mutants (all the way from Germany), Jack Swift, AJ MORENO and more.

Also catch some of the best in UKG with room 2 hosted by London Pirate Radio DJ’s like DJD, Conducta and TOO BAD DJS.

 Catch a mix of 15 DJ's on the 1's & 2's smashing out the best in house and garage across 2 rooms until 6am. 
Rhythm Factory 
16-18 Whitechapel Rd 
E1 1EW 

Friday 11th April 2014 
22:00 - 06:00


<![CDATA[OUT IN THE WILD [GALLERY]]]>Tue, 08 Apr 2014 12:59:24 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/out-in-the-wild-gallerySpotting graffiti in its natural habitat.
Photos by MS
<![CDATA[LIMITED EDITION DRIPPY TEES - OUT NOW]]>Mon, 24 Mar 2014 19:53:15 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/limited-edition-drippy-tees-out-now
Ladies and Gents, 
Our limited edition DRIPPY TEES are out now and available to buy on our WEBSTORE !
This first edition run is very limited to get 'em while they're room temperature.
Details and links to purchase these badboy garms are below:
£10.00 + P&P

S / M / L / XL
(Size Note: The XLs are Hip Hop XLs, 
not hipster XLs so be aware that they are massive and only for the real Gs)

<![CDATA[EVIL EXPLORERS: PRESTON BARRACKS [BRIGHTON]]]>Thu, 13 Mar 2014 20:20:44 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/evil-explorers-preston-barracks-brightonUncovering the secrets of the abandoned barracks in the heart of Brighton
Recently some of our Urban Exploration team visited the abandoned Preston Barracks, an old cavalry base and later a Territorial Army training centre in the centre of Brighton. When the barracks became disused and the majority of the base was demolished in the early 1990s to make way for a supermarket, it was occupied by a number of anti-fascist, anti-establishment and probably anti-bathing squatters. There are two remaining buildings in the complex, the first and smaller of which seems not to have been lived in and only shows signs of other intrepid explorers such as ourselves. We found a number of changing rooms and showers, social spaces complete with bars and kitchens as well a large sports hall. This building looks like it could perhaps have been part of the living quarters for the cavalry who were stationed here when the base was used by the army, and then converted into a recreational building for the TA. The majority of the damage that the building has sustained (aside from the odd broken window) seems to have been done by time. The paint from the walls and ceiling refuses to adhere and footing is made difficult by the sheer amount of broken glass as well as the dead pigeons who had made this building their home.
The larger of the two buildings is far worse for wear and as far as we can tell, has been a fairly active graffiti spot since the squatters were evicted in around 2003. The main entrance is covered in your run-of-the-mill Brighton tags (as well as some larger pieces from more prolific writers like Spyer), but as you go further into the building, the casual throwups seem to die down and make way for the anti-police sentiments and private jokes left by the squatters themselves. There seem to have been a few different groups of people occupying the building at any given time judging from the graffiti we found in the upper rooms. Unfortunately, there was also a lot of evidence of some hectic heroin use as we came across a tonne of hypodermic needles, sterile spoons and needle bins.

Some of the most interesting things we came across we came across were the Claim Forms for Possession of Property from when the squatters had evidently tried to claim the building as their own, (which state the date of their court hearing as 13/06/03). The forms come complete with the statement from the estate manager through Brighton & Hove Council about the occupiers themselves. 
He claimed that there were initially 2 individuals occupying the building who became aggressive to the representatives from the council, and when they returned to try and remove the occupiers a final time, there were up to 20 individuals living at the site who we imagine were either moved on by the council, or left of their own accord. 

The site has been incredibly preserved since the squatters were evicted over a decade ago considering the central location of the barracks within Brighton, but sadly plans for the redevelopment of the site are already in motion. There is surprisingly little written history about the site, and none about its most recent occupants and it would be a shame if their story went undocumented. So here’s to Joe Dog, Badgercore, Kolectio Barra Lliure and the ‘Psycotick Punk’ that was behind the door. We hope you guys are doing alright!


Check out the gallery below for a detailed look at both sites:

<![CDATA[35MM MEGAMIX PART 4 [GALLERY]]]>Sun, 09 Mar 2014 14:49:56 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/35mm-megamix-part-4-galleryBack by popular demand, here is the 4th instalment of our 35MM MEGAMIX series !
<![CDATA[WILDERNESS GANG [GALLERY]]]>Wed, 05 Mar 2014 12:46:55 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/wilderness-gang-galleryWhat's that? Another great gallery of awesome stuff what's outside? Could it be?

Yes. Yes it could.
Photos: Henry Howe 
Model: Pheobe Fleming
<![CDATA[TUNNELLING [GALLERY]]]>Tue, 04 Mar 2014 13:56:23 GMThttp://www.eviltwinldn.com/home/tunnelling-galleryThis weekend, Super H and Donnie K went to the Leake Street Tunnel in Lambeth and did a bit of colouring in.