Third and final trip, probably, to Wakefield and the last ‘Revive’ Jam of the year, and what a turnout! Kem Mef paid a visit and did a cracking piece that I managed to not get a single decent shot of.
CoLor Art dropped a cool Chopper Harris character.
Cantastic, did something a little different to anything I’ve seen him do before, really like the elephants.
Spel and Beyond flew over, dropped an awesome piece and even had time to pimp a car!
Was really impressed that one of the organisers had been able to persuade Kelzo to come over too, I hadn’t seen him in action before, great to see.
There was much more full wall, as in floor to ceiling coverage than at previous Jams, they look amazing, well done to the guys working off ladders, it can’t have been easy.
Alfreshco were on hand to supply paint as needed and there guy Kak did this stunning wall too.
UKS came prepared, no balancing on ladders for them.
Sheffield was once again well represented, Ryak Lone and Kode on the case.
Adopted yorkshireman Shoe collaborated with Mace, Pawski and Foundry to produce this jaw dropping wall with characters Clay, Aisha and Cougar from the graphic novel and movie, The Losers.
Mars and Evo were there as well, bang on as always.
The completed wall from UKS, apologies for the pic, not the best joined image, but their production is fantastic.
Another full wall, love it!
Kink Dhfam did the bottom eye and mind boggling piece, and another artist from the northeast did the piece above.
Pryme, Inca, Spymad and Hull Graffiti, absolutely bonkers mental and fabulous!
By far the coolest customer that I met on the day, Ruby. She ran the burger van in between playing ball and refereeing in local disputes, an absolute star.
Apologies to any artist painting that aren’t featured, once again just too much good stuff, not that I’m complaining…
Sadly though I have to report a number of the large pieces had been dogged within days, jealousy makes children of some people it would seem…. but lots of photos were taken on the day by lots of photographers, so the images will remain in all their glory on line at least.