Origins




Formed in 2008 by Wolfie “Satan” Smith the IFC are a collective of some known artists including legendary Brett Ewins and some artists who wish to remain anonymous.

Here’s what we do know about some of IFC….

Wolfie “Satan” Smith : little is known about him other than he got a U in art at Comprehensive school.

Brett Ewins dropped out of Goldsmiths university of London in 1977 to draw comics for 2000AD.
He founded DeadLine Magazine in 1988, notable for 1st appearance of Tank Girl, launching the successful carreers of both Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett. His other comic exploits are far too numerous to be mentioned.

Charlie “Shazer” started graffiti aged 15 in 1985, he is part of WD “World Domination”.In the 90’s he started tatooing forming the “Kids Love Ink” crew. He works in London’s Soho and notably with graffiti legend Seen in Paris and his NY the Bronx tatoo studio.

Aseb and Cemo are from the Marseille area. Together they found EC -” Eighties Conspiracy” graffiti crew in 2003, based in France, Canada and UK.

Brendan McCarthy ( detail to follow next week)

Origins – the first ever show from IFC- will be taking you back to the roots, art from the streets so expect early works including freehand spray-paint, marker pens , paste ups, sculptures, stencil and photography from a highly talented group of artists.

These guys don’t want to give away too much so if your intrigued and want to find out more check out the show in November and watch this spacewww.ifcukworldwide.com <http://www.ifcukworldwide.com/> launching soon

Private View: Thursday 4th November 

If you can’t wait and want to find out more please email me for further details….

Duration 05 November 2010 - 26 November 2010
Times 11am - 6pm
Cost FREE
Venue Orange Dot Gallery
Address 54 Tavistock Place London WC1H 9RG, ,
Contact 020 7837 1349 / danielle@theorangedot.co.uk / www.orangedotgallery.co.uk

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