Birmingham graffiti artist PoSh oNe gets to work at Global Gathering
Birmingham graffiti artist PoSh oNe will be joining the ranks at this year's Global Gathering festival at Stratford-upon-Avon.
The Moseley-based artist's work will adorn some of the abandoned relics that reside at Long Marston Airfield and he'll treating fans to customised festival apparel free of charge throughout the weekend.
PoSh oNe will spend Saturday working on the vintage railway carriage which will simultaneously house top hip-hop artists and DJs.
His style is a mesh of abstract, scrawl and geometric shapes whilst incorporating spray paints, acrylics and pens, and he has performed live at various events such as in front of audiences at some of the liveliest club nights around the UK.
He has also been known to customize skateboards, snowboards, trainers, and mopeds ensuring his artwork can be seen on the move and will be offering his services to the stylish crowd at GlobalGathering.
He says of his craft: "I like to observe my surroundings. From nature, to people, to music, it's all relative to me and I try to interpret that in my work."
Festival organiser James Algate added: "It’s so great to have local talent involved with Global Gathering. This live art installation is another example of how Global Gathering is setting the standard for festivals when it comes to providing extra entertainment for their fans."