Archive for June, 2010

The Paint Box Redux

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Bear with us people. We know things have been a little quiet recently but we have some technical problems which are preventing us from uploading video and images to the site.

The end of June saw the return of the Paint Box in Jubille Square, Brighton, for the ‘Bringing Brugal to Life in Brighton’ campaign. This time around we had Req 1, Jeba, The Osh and of course Don. You know the form by now. Each artist has a side of the box (8ft x 24ft) to project their take of Brugal rum and Caribbean life!

Well we have some great shot to share with you and they can all be view HERE.

Pimp My T-Shirt

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Last night saw one of Brighton’s finest Mishfit pimping T-shirts as part of the in-bar Brugal Brighton launch in pubs across the city centre. The rules are simple: buy a Brugal rum and you get a free tee for the artists to customize. The punters were definitely loving their shirts just as much as the rum. Tonight is the turn of Foundry and Snub 23 (recently back from his Secret Wars win at Upfest – so he has his eye in!). We’ll be at the Mash Tun from 8.30pm, the White Rabbit from 9.30pm and Riki Tik from 11.30pm. If you’re in Brighton and want some exclusive T-Shirts then make sure you’re at one of these venue tonight!

Brugal Street Art at Bus Stops

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Finished concept

In the field

Here are graffiti legend Don’s 6-sheet posters for the Brugal Brighton campaingn which are now gracing bus stops throughout the city. The first is called Waterfall and the second is entitled The Whole World is a Stage. These posters are just part of a month-long launch in Brghton which Wet Paint Productions have been employed to help deliver a ‘street up’ approach to increase awareness of the rum brand.

For all of you in Brighton tonight, the first lady of Brighton graffiti Mishfit, will be customising free Brugal tee-shirts. So, come and see us at the Fish Bowl at 8pm, Fiddlers Elbow at 9pm or the Black Lion from 10pm. Bring friends. Drink rum. Have fun. It’s nearly Friday!

Agent Provocateur’s One Slick Dude!

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

With a share price at a 14 year low and US President Barack Obama personally wanting to ‘kick his ass’, this is one print troubled BP chief executive Tony Hayward will not be hanging in his office!

This latest image entitled Slick Dude! from TB&TC artist Agent Provocateur seems to have everyone from street art sites like Wooster Collective to environmental groups buzzing.

Well, it is now available as a limited print and can be bought directly from APHQ. This is what the Provocateur has to say or just follow this LINK to his site. There’s a good chance that Tony Hayward might buy them all up so we’re not sure how long they’ll be available.

“‘Slick Dude!’ Ltd ed screen print information

Colours: 5
Size: 18″ x 24”
Paper: Southbank 310gsm (acid free)
Marks: numbered, signed & dated
CoA: yes


Regular: 40 @ £65.00 plus P&P
Hand finished: 10 @ £85.00 plus P&P
APs: 5 @ £75.00 plus P&P
PPs: 1 (not available)

Reserving one

If anyone would like to reserve a print please email with the specific edition you would like (regular, hand finished or AP) and your second choice plus your name in the ‘Subject:’ line. Here’s an example:

Slick Dude! – 1st hand finished – 2nd regular – Joe Bloggs

Confirmation & payment

The specialist division of APHQ elves dedicated to screen prints will then go through the emails and reservations will be confirmed on
a first come first served basis. Once reservations have been confirmed a PayPal invoice will be dispatched to all the
successful people.

I hope that’s clear.


TB&TC Got Papped

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

The Beautiful and The Canned 2010 made the front cover of Brighton’s leading free magazine You Got Papped and also features on page 11. The June issue has been on the streets for only a matter of days and it is already hard to find so we thought we’d share this with you. It is packed with news from Brighton events like Great Escape and Fringe, as well as loads of art stuff. We’d like to thank editor Ben Crawford for the exposure and you can register to download images and find back issues HERE.

Brugal Brighton Burners

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

True to our word, here are the pictures of the finished pieces from Don, Pinky, Mishfit and Foundry to launch the Brugal Brighton campaign. Urban art agency Wet Paint Productions would like to thank all of the artists for their vision and work. There will be more activity throughout June and we will update you on developments and plans so stay tuned. Now it’s time to celebrate with rum on the beach. Yeah man! Working with street artists WPP help blue chip clients to promote their company using a funky ‘street up’ approach. More pictures HERE.

Wet Paint, Graffiti, Sun & Brugal Rum – The Perfect Mix!

Friday, June 4th, 2010

A month of Brugal Brighton kicked off yesterday with Don, Foundry, Pinky and Mishfit (respectively) getting up on the Paint Box in Jubilee Square. The artists and onlookers could have been in the Caribbean as the temperatures soared into the high seventies yesterday with great weather and art guaranteed again for today. These shots are of the work in progress and each mural depicting the essence of rum and the Dominican Republic will be finished today. Wet Paint Productions will upload the finished pieces later and announce more news of planned in-bar promotions involving artists pimping tee-shirts and more live painting dates to come in June. You can see more photos HERE.

Brugal Street Art Campaign Begins!

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

If you are anywhere near Brighton today we strongly advise you to get yourselves along to Jubilee Square. To kick off the Brugal campaign Wet Paint Productions have set up the Paint Box again – a 24ft x 8ft squared installation – for some artists to go to work on. These include Brighton’s own Pinky, Mishfit and Foundry. Don will also be there recreating this incredibly detailed piece which will feature as part of the poster campaign and can be seen at bus stops around the city from next week on. Live painting will continue tomorrow and we’ll post some images before the day is out.

Wet Paint helps launch Brugal rum in UK

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Just when you thought is was all over, Wet Paint Productions are back and this time working with London – based agency Billington Cartmel to promote Brugal rum in a month-long street art campaign across Brighton. Originating from the Dominican Republic, the ethos behind Brugal is passion and vitality for life centered around sun, sea and dancing, music and nightlife, as well as vibrant street art that can be seen all over the island. The combination of laid-back yet creative culture meant that Brighton was a perfect match for the launch of Brugal in the UK via a street art based campaign. Wet Paint Productions were chosen as the perfect partners to deliver the street up events. Activities for the launch will continue throughout June across the city starting with live painting in Jubilee Square over the next two days – 3/4 June. Come and see Don, Pinky, Mishfit and Foundry painting live and projecting their tropical take on this sugar cane spirit and the spirit it represents. See you there for a taste of the Carribean mixed with some great street art!