Sunday, 30 November 2014

The Zulu Nation 41st Anniversary, London

The Zulu Nation recently held their 41st Anniverasy at The Total Refreshment Centre in London.
Founded by Afrika Bambaataa in the early 70's, The Zulu Nation were at the forefront at promoting positivity in Hip Hop culture.
The Watch This Space Project joined them for the celebration and profiled some images taken during a recent trip to Tumaini Senior School in Isiolo, Kenya. Some of the students artwork was shown and also portrait work of them in London.
For more information on this amazing charity check out
See our exhibition video here
 Khadija Omar from Tumaini Trust
 Tumaini Senior School crew
 Amy True
 Tumaini Seniors
 Dj Hectec
 Camp crew

 Afrika Bambaataa
Nana from Zulu Nation U.K chapter

Sunday, 23 November 2014

Positive Arts

Recently the Positive Arts team went to Blackpool and the Emirates Stadium to complete a series of workshops with young people for Anti Bullying week.
Check out the film here :

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Watch This Space Project

The Watch This Space project was started to engage young people in Lambeth and overseas in creating art from found objects. Now in its second year it continues to inspire youngsters to paint
Like Boom!

Monday, 10 November 2014

From Tumaini, Isiolo To London

The pupils from Tumaini Senior School are painted on the walls as part of the Watch This Space project. Please support and check out the video here:

Monday, 3 November 2014

Watch This Space Johannesburg 2014

Our sister project Watch This Space now has this short video on Youtube which looks at the work carried out at the Bjala Building in Jeppestown and Orlando, Soweto.
Check it out here:
Watch This Space

Monday, 20 October 2014

Soweto.....ngi sa bhala

Today in Soweto with Dreda, Ekse, Kevin Love and the Orlando crew.

 Orlando crew
That shadow.......mean.

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Meanwhile in Pretoria / Tshwane...

Headed to the fine City of Pretoria renamed Tshwane to catch up with one of its finest talents ' Jestr' who likes to paint the tunnels. The Oscar Pistorius trial was in full swing and also on the 'to do' list was the Voortrekker monument and fort which detailed ' The great trek' in the 1800's and the fight against British Tyranny.
 Haircut 100 at Wits museum

 Blackbook action

 Going in with Jestr

 Hobo graf
 Yes YOU
 Early Voortrekkers wrote graf

 Debora Retief wrote for her late father Piet Retief
 Inside the Voortrekker monument

 Boer fighters
 The media are creaming over the Oscar Pistorius Trial
 Mandela statue at the Union Buildings

 Jestr Solo colab

Tunnel Business