With this new body of work, Eine explores themes of Celebration, Love and Change, through a series
of prints and paintings. The show will coincide with a huge ephemeral mural commissioned for the
Flow Festival 2016.
Eine is one of the most prolific and successful street artists in the world today. He first sprung to fame
in the 90’s as a graffiti artist, tagging the tube network and trains of London. Whilst many of his peers
were incarcerated by the draconian efforts of the Transport Police, Ben was busy transforming the shop
shutters of London’s East End with his vibrant typographic letters.
He shot to international fame in 2010, when David Cameron presented one of his works to President
Obama as a gift on their first official state visit. In 2011, Ben was invited by Amnesty International to
design their 50th anniversary poster, joining other artists such as Picasso and Miro in supporting the
charity through art. Ben was also included in the biggest exhibition of street art to date ‘Art in the
Streets,’ at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles. His work is currently held in
collections in London, Los Angeles, The Museum of Modern Art, The V&A and galleries worldwide.
Whilst his street artwork can be found all over the world, he recently he completed a large mural on the
side of the British Embassy, in Abu Dhabi
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