Thursday, 9 December 2010

Mobstr outwits local authorities AGAIN!

Our boy Mobstr has been up to his old tricks again toying with the local authorities over what shade of grey is acceptable on their walls.
Check out Mobstr's original artworks available to buy exclusively through us HERE

Saturday, 27 November 2010

Lacoste L!ve / VNA Exhibition

VNA Magazine have teamed up with Lacoste L!ve to present an awesome line-up of artwork from the world of graffiti, street art and illustration including two of our very own artists: Jess Douglas and Amy Dover.

This exhibition is definitely worth checking out if you're in or around London. To go with the exhibition VNA also put together a zine featuring work by all the artists involved and that will be FREE and available throught the whole of the exhibition.

There will also be a competition to win an Eelus print, so it will be worth checking out for sure.

Head along to 13 Newburgh Street W1F 7RS on the 1st of December for drinks, music and art.

Check out Jess Douglas HERE
Check out Amy Dover HERE

Stickers for Snik, JK47 and Nicola Parkin

Here's the latest batch of die-cut stickers Kitch-en Print has been making for Snik, JK47 and Nicola Parkin. NICE!

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

ROLL UP ROLL UP: Full Colour Die-Cut Vinyl Stickers

Kitch-en is in the process of launching it's print arm - Kitch-en Print funnily enough, providing high quality, good value printed items. Everything from Flyers to Business Cards, Stickers to Magazines.

Whilst the moles work away in the background to build the fully accessible website for these services we thought we'd let you into some of our special offers available to order now.

Full Colour Die-Cut Vinyl Stickers
High gloss, fully waterproof and super sticky - perfect for slapping up around town!

Any design within a 10 x 10cm base:

100 = £55
250 = £75
500 = £125
1,000 = £210.

PLUS: 10% off when you order 250 or more by Friday 10th December.

All above prices include VAT & Delivery within the UK.
Based on print-ready artwork being supplied by the customer. If you require us to design your stickers this would be an additional cost and quoted seperately depending on requirements.

Interested? Email

ROA's Big Bird on Hanbury Street, Brick Lane, London

Roa's Big Bird on Hanbury Street, Brick Lane, London from Shafiur Rahman on Vimeo.

Nice video feature on ROA and opinions on street art in general around London.

Friday, 12 November 2010


SNIK - if you ain't heard of him, here's all you need to know:

• He creates insanely detailed & beautiful stencil work
• His work has been on walls all over the world from Paris to Berlin to the outer stretches of mankind - Melbourne.
• He's been involved in the biggest urban art festival in the UK - UPFEST and he's had work featured in the Drewheatts art auction recently.
• He's a really nice guy
• Oh... and we've just acquired some sweet as fuck 11 layered hand pulled screen prints from him available to buy very soon from HERE

'Night Beauty' by SNiK | 11 Layered Screenprint | Ltd Edn 100 | £75

Monday, 8 November 2010

HOT HOT HOT! More New Work: Malarky P

Yeh, you heard right, we got more fresh work!
This time from another local Newcastle hero, the man like Malarky P!!

He's clearly been inspired by the lazy Spanish sun after his recent move to Barcelona and has produced 3 HOT N TASTY exclusive new limited edition prints for us.

With prices starting from just £25 and at a perfectly portable A4 size they're ideal pressies for your chums this Xmas.

Nobody likes a scrooge so get a closer look and dip your hand to buy one over on our shop HERE


Amy Dover, one of our resident Newcastle artists, has been a very busy bee and is hot property right now.

After featuring in a smashing group exhibition in Newcastle as part of the Design Event North East, we managed to catch up with her to get an exclusive interview > see it all here <

But wait though, before you rush over to read that interview... there's more... we've been very lucky to get our hands on two stunning and exclusive new limited edition prints from Amy Dover that now grace our virtual gallery walls and are available to buy from HERE.

Now you're thinking - where could that creepy beady eyed, but rather beautiful and sombre looking bird go in my house? Well that's for you to decide. Over and Out! 

Saturday, 23 October 2010

October 2010 Newsletter

Jam packed with news this month, there's always too much stuff going on to squeeze in to the newsletter without making it long and boring so be sure to keep totally up to date with goings on by being our friend on facebook.


Helen Lang - Birds of a Feather Print
We are very pleased to welcome talented illustrator Helen Lang to our line-up of artists. We have 2 beautiful limited edition prints by her available to purchase in our online shop with more lined up for the future.

Originally from Devon, Helen Lang now lives and works in SW London. She first came to the City after graduating in Illustration in 1999, and has worked as an Illustration agent within a London agency, within the new media industry and more recently within the print and poster industry. However, things have come full circle with her artwork and she can now be found in a warm studio, listening to the radio and generally being very happy with life.

View Helen Lang's Profile | Buy artwork by Helen Lang


Amy Dover artwork

We recently caught up with one of our resident Newcastle artists, Amy Dover to dig a little deeper into her creative soul. The full interview will be ready to read HERE very soon and keep your eyes peeled on the shop for new work by her.

View Amy Dover's Profile | Buy Artwork by Amy Dover


SUNE Artwork at Lockside Lounge

So September saw our last official event of 2010 take place down at the buzzin Lockside Lounge once again. This time we took down resident artists SUNE, Mr. Guy and Mr. Arteest who put on a live art show to captivate the locals and tourists alike in Camden.

View SUNE's Profile | View Mr Guy's Profile


Mr Arteest 'Neon is Cool' artwork

Two fresh new originals from Mr. Arteest taken from Kitch-en's second 'Sounds Good' event at Lockside Lounge in London last month. 'Neon is Cool' and 'This Board ain't Big Enough' are available to buy in the shop now alongside two more new additions taken from the Arteest archives - 'Naked Lady' and 'Argh! The Finger People'.

View Mr. Arteest's Profile | Buy Artwork by Mr. Arteest


Alexander James Parkour Prints

This is Parkour like you've never seen it captured before. This set of 4 unbelievably detailed C-Type photographic prints are now available to purchase at the super dooper price of just £170 each unframed, or £220 framed.

View Alexander James' Profile | Buy Artwork by Alexander James


Check out these links to just a few awesome things we're diggin right now:
The super talented Lunabee's new toy release
Moniker Art Fair at Village Underground
Adam Neate Exhibition at Elms Lesters

Friday, 8 October 2010

Street/Urban/Graff/Art Magazines & Books For Sale

Spread from VNA Magazine, Issue 3

We have several street/urban/art/designery type magazines & books available for sale, some quite rare now.
These have all been collected by us over the years and are all in 'as new' condition unless otherwise stated. Unfortunately I now don't have the space to store them and times are moving on etc - they need a good new home.

Full list below, open to negotiation on prices/combo sales etc, email for more info on anything. If I don't get much interest they will, regrettably, be hitting eBay next week so please get in touch!!

  • PEELZINE Sticker Magazine Issues 1 & 2 (2004): £10 sold together
The first 2 issues of this legendary and much missed sticker mag. These are super rare and come inside a zip bag with loads of stickers included.
  • PEELZINE Sticker Magazine Issue 4 ft Jon Burgerman & Above: £7.50
This magazine includes very rare handmade stickers by Above and Jon Burgerman
  • PEELZINE Sticker Magazine Issue 5 (2005) ft Buff Monster: £5
  • PEELZINE Sticker Magazine Issue 7 (2007) LTD EDN No. 398/500 Ft. Shepard Fairey (OBEY): £10
Includes loads of ltd edn stickers all sealed within a clear zip bag
  • 'Hollywood the Remix' by Wooster Collective (2004) A6 book ltd edn of 1000: £15 
  • 'Urbanize' by Dalek, in collab with the Lomographic Society (2006): £10 [RRP: £15]
  • 'Perverted Science' by Andrew Rae of peepshowcollective (2004): £7.50
  • VNA [Very Nearly Almost] Magazine Issue 3 (2007): £5
Very reluctant to part with this! More info:
  • Beautiful Decay Magazine issue N (2005): £5
  • Beautiful Decay Magazine Issue M (2005): £5
  • Clutter Toy Magazine, Issue 1 (2004): £2.50
  • Clutter Toy Magazine, Issue 7 (1st Anniversary Issue 2005): £4.50
  • The Illustrated Ape Magazine, Issue 25 (The Heavenly Issue): £5 [includes 7" St Etienne Single]
  • The Illustrated Ape Magazine, Issue 20 (The Sexy Summer Seaside Issue): £4
  • Graphotism International Graffiti Writers Mag, Issue 23 (Jan 2001) Ft. Goldie: £15
Similar item recently sold on eBay for over £20:
  • Fatbucks UK/London Graff Mag, Issue 1 (2004): £5
Over 50 A4 full colour pages of hardcore graff from London and beyond
  • Stylefile Magazine, Issue 13, The Blackfile Issue (2003): £7.50

I will be willing to sell the whole package of all above items for: £85 [Saving £43.50 if bought separately] and I'll throw in some other mags etc that aren't worth the hassle of listing here!

All items can be collected or delivered FREE within Newcastle Upon Tyne area.
Delivery to the rest of the UK and Worldwide is available at a cost, depending what you wish to buy.
All sales will be made securely via Paypal invoicing.

Monday, 4 October 2010

Creative Ginger Last Chance

Don't miss your last opportunity to get your grubby mits on one of Creative Ginger's awesome limited edition screen prints with prices at just £25 each. We only have these prints until the end of the week (9th October) so grab one quick:

Roller Girl by Creative Ginger £28

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Seventh Movement - Paris Timelapse

Wow, what a video. I'm a sucker for timelapses but seriously when I saw this film I was just mesmorized. It's beautiful. If you've never been to Paris - watch this. Even if you have been to Paris - watch this. It's about 18mins long but it is worth every minute of your time. And reading the story of the making is pretty cool too on the website.

Paris Vol. 5 from The Seventh Movement on Vimeo.

Monday, 20 September 2010

NEW WORK ALERT - Mr. Arteest

2 fresh new originals from Mr. Arteest have just landed in our online shop and they're available at unbelievable prices, check em out:
'Argh! The Finger People' by Mr. Arteest £25
'Naked Lady 6/7' by Mr. Arteest £30

Friday, 17 September 2010

September 2010 Newsletter


Phlegm artwork, the archway, The Sage gateshead, Newcastle

Phlegm artwork, the archway, Sage Gateshead, Newcastle

The legend that is Phlegm recently paid us a visit here in the North East to do what he does best - paint, on a laaaaarge scale. As part of the CoMusica Summerjam Phlegm travelled from his home town of Sheffield to let us into a tiny piece of his magical world which will go on to form part of his new comic. As far as we knowthe artwork will remain up for the forseeable future for all to go and view at The Archway behind The Sage, Gateshead (click to see a map) so if you're in Newcastle go check it out.


The best word I can think of to describe this video is awesome and that comes knowhere close so just watch it. It's Friggin awesome!


Kitch-en Gallery in collab with Universal Vibes presents...

Event: Sounds Good

Lockside Lounge(75-89 Upper Walkway, West Lock Yard, Camden, LONDON, NW1 8AF)

Date: Sunday 19th September // 12pm - Midnight

Featuring deep electronic beats provided by Paddy Freeform // Matt Young // Alex K // Mudfoot Blaps

With live art provided by SUNE, Mr. Guy and Cloud Commission

We will also be showcasing a range of affordable limited edition prints by our other artists with all works available to purchase.

This is our last official event of the year, if you're in or around London/South East please come down and show your support.


Keep your eyes peeled on our SHOP over the coming weeks as we'll soon be releasing some new work by our established artists and some new artists too - just in time for Christmas. Ooooh exciting.

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Thursday, 6 May 2010

Kitch-en Gallery Review in The Crack Magazine

Find below a 'Cracking' (excuse the pun) review of the Kitch-en Gallery Relaunch exhibition as published in the May issue of The Crack Magazine. Click here for the article on their website.

Kitch-en Gallery,
Opening night, Newcastle

As the hipsters huddled, sucking sublimely on cigarettes, it was almost as though we’d been transposed to NYC. But no, this was still NCL and it was the opening of pop-up gallery and online art store Kitch-en. I looked at the louche group, yep this is an art opening. Slightly intimidated, I sneaked past those super cool things, expecting scowls and disdainful stares, but I think, I think, I saw a smile. Confidence built up, a tiny bit, I entered the space. Bodies filled the gallery. And not just the, those in the know art crowd. Accounts and artist rubbed shoulders, scenesters and suites joked, lawyers and creatives swapped contacts. The amazing mix mash vibe was hustled along by the grooved up grooves, it was almost like the perfect bar, club, cafĂ© thing, but no, it was a gallery. So to the art work. This was as much a hodgepodge as the crowd. The finely detailed art work of Craww, mixed with the graffiti style work of Sune, juxtaposed with the Parkour photography of Alexander James. The eclectic collection totally summed up everything that Kitch-en Gallery is all about, showing a breadth and variety unseen anywhere else in Newcastle. As I wondered up from the basement I was thinking that it may be time to head home. But I saw a huddle forming. I got to the periphery just in time to see the first skippity moves that occur just before a breakdance move is busted (oh yeah down with the kids). Local street dance heroes, Bad Taste Cru, had been hovering around waiting for the right moment to showcase a few of their trickster skills and wow the crowd. Could this night have got any better? It was then a group of newly made up friends cajoled me to heading to the aftershow soiree at Alvinos. The promise of more Morretti loosened my resolve. Once there I mingled with some of the artists, the Kitch-en boys, and a hundred others. Closing time rolled round way to quick, but by then it really was time to go. So I staggered and smiled into the night.

Full credit goes to Scott Illingworth for writing this for us. Thanks!

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Mobstr Featured on Wooster Collective

Our very own Mobstr has had some of his work featured on the Wooster Collective Blog. Go check it out by clicking here.

You can buy artwork by Mobstr exclusively on our shop!

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

NARC Magazine Feature

NARC magazine have done a very nice feature on us, well apart from getting our website wrong. We're at not .com

If you're kicking around in Newcastle be sure to pick up a copy from the usual trendy places around town.

Thanks to Natasha Marks for the write-up.

Relaunch Review

On Thursday 4th March 2010 at 6pm inside a disused shop unit in Newcastle (and in the virtual world of www dots all around the world) Kitch-en Gallery officially relaunched with a brand new line-up artists and a slick new website.

The doors opened and crowds of people flocked in to witness the specially curated exhibition of Limited Edition Prints, Originals and Vinyl Toys by the likes of Ben the Illustrator, Phlegm, Craww, Alexander James, Joel Millerchip, Matt JOnes aka Lunartik, Mr Arteest, Jessie Douglas, Tom Satchell, Myne, JamFactory, Creative Ginger, European Animal, Cloud Commission, Mobstr, Lunabee, Mr Guy, Malarky P, Amy Dover and more…

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Deconstruction has begun

The deconstruction of our relaunch exhibition at 18-20 Ridley Place has begun.

Nearly all the work is now down, awaiting collection or to be stored for online sales.

It's always sad taking down an exhibition, especially one of such high calibre, I wish it could remain up permanently for all to see but as the saying goes, you close one door and open another... so now its time to say goodbye Newcastle (for now) and to look forward to London early winter for our next big show!

Although the exhibition itself is going and the doors will be locked, the window display will remain for the foreseeable future, so be sure to keep checking back here for updates on that as we'll be putting together a programme of exciting creative happenings to take place in the window over the coming months.

Saturday, 13 March 2010

SALE! This Weekend Only

As our relaunch exhibition draws to a close in Newcastle, we're celebrating it's huge success by giving you lucky supporters of ours a special 10% discount on all items in our shop this weekend.

Simply enter this code: 8L0G13310 at the checkout when you order.

This offer will end midnight Sunday 14th March 2010


The relaunch exhibition will be open to the public for the very last time today, Saturday 13th March, from 11am - 5pm. The address of the pop-up gallery space is 18-20 Ridley Place, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 8JN.

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Online Shop Live

Our new website is fully functioning and our online shop is now live.

You can view and buy all the artworks from our relaunch exhibition on the shop so do go and take a goosy gander cos there's some absolutely fantastic work on there, a lot of it exclusive to us so you can't buy it anywhere else.

New Work by Mobstr

Mobstr has been very busy over the past few weeks hitting up the streets with a load of new stencils.
You can buy some of his life size past works that are exclusive to Kitch-en Gallery from our online shop.

Photo courtesy of Zak at northeaststreet

"urban explorers rope"

"urban explorers climber"

"urban explorers"

"lonesome jumper part 1"

"lonesome jumper part 2"

"lonesome jumper part 3"


Saturday, 6 March 2010

Preview night of our relaunch event

The preview night on Thursday 4th March was an amazing success, with over 300 people of all shapes, sizes and ages through the doors a good night was had by all.

Thanks to everyone that made it down on the night, we hope you all enjoyed it.

A full review along with all the photos and videos of the night will be posted up here very soon. We just need a couple of days to refresh ourselves after such a busy week.

In the meantime be sure to check out our facebook profile to see people's feedback and comments from the night.

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Sune Live Artwork

Sune is working LIVE in our window display as I type.

If you're kicking around Newcastle and you want to see how the graff legend works pop down and gawp through the window. Bring a crowd and get a street party going as well if you want.

His work will remain on display in the window throughout our relaunch event. For those of you with the readies we have two exclusive pieces of work on canvas featuring in the exhibition too.

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Kitch-en's Limited Edition Litho Prints

Check out our very special, limited edition A2 litho prints that accompany our relaunch exhibition. They'll be on sale for just £3 on the night and are all numbered and limited to 100.

For every exhibition we hold we will be producing a limited edition litho print/poster that will act as an affordable, collectable memory of the night. A bit like when you get a poster from a music gig etc. They will be strictly limited to 100 copies so don't miss out on kickstarting your collection, make sure you get down early to the Relaunch Event on Thursday 4th March, 6pm - 8.30pm, with only 100 available, at £3 they're an absolute bargain and when they're gone they're gone. 

Monday, 1 March 2010

Slideshow Teaser

We've put together a rather spiffing little (well it's quite long actually) video slideshow of our new line-up of artists featuring past and present work including stuff that will be featured in the exhibition and online.

It should help whet your appetites a little bit. The slideshow will be viewable in our window display on alternative evenings to Barry Self's projection.

Kitch-en Gallery Relaunch Teaser from Kitch-en Gallery on Vimeo.

Barry Self - A Retrospective

With help from Sandy at Ghetto Method, we've put together a fantastic collection of photos by Barry Self.

Barry is a North East photographer who relentlessly documented the hip hop & breakdancing scene here in Newcastle and beyond throughout his life. He sadly passed away at the New Year and now Kitch-en Gallery has the privilege of presenting his very fine collection of photos, many of them never seen before. RIP Barry, known by many, forgotten by none!

This video slideshow will be projected into our window display on alternate nights from 5 - 9pm over the next week or so so be sure to go and take a look. We'll also be featuring a number of Barry's photos in our relaunch exhibition so don't miss that either.

Barry Self - A Retrospective from Kitch-en Gallery on Vimeo.

Thursday, 25 February 2010

SUNE Artwork

Just received 2 canvasses by the legendary Leeds graff artist SUNE.
Here's some examples of his street work if you're not too familiar:

Ric O'Shea Artwork

Mr Ric O'Shea dropped by the gallery this morning to drop off some exclusive work just for us. You'll have to wait til the opening to see them but here's some examples of his other work which we like very much indeedy:

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