by Andy SmithPosted on


The London Police

The 52nd Volume of Hi-Fructose is coming! This coming issue arrives in July and features print-exclusive articles on: the paintings of Aron Wiesenfeld, the dynamically disturbing charcoal drawings of Anna Park, the bright and mysterious houses of Valeriya Volkova, the figurative paintings of Denis Sarazhin, Shyama Golden and the elusive Catsquatch, the graphic novel inspired sculptures of Troy Coultermanan, painter Max Seckel, the nightmare-fueled paintings of Sean Norvet, and Amsterdam street/mural artists The London Police on the cover, plus a 16-page insert on the art of Jim Woodring! Order a copy today here. Or subscribe today here and receive a subscriber-only exclusive sticker by Jim Woodring and a year’s worth of HF delivered direct to you.

by Andy SmithPosted on


The London Police

When the first-ever END-to-END festival recently landed in Charlotte, N.C., it added nearly two-dozen murals to the 76-acre Camp North End, which began its existence as a Model T factory and is a now a burgeoning mixed-use site with industrial structures in-tact. Among the artists: The London Police (last featured on HiFructose.com here), Fabian Williams, James Moore (last featured here), Hnin Nie (last featured here), and several others.

by CaroPosted on

Four distinct artists- Andrew Brandou, The London Police, Redd Walitzki, and Richard J. Oliver– will show alongside each other next Saturday at CHG Circa. Simply titled “FOUR”, their collective show ranges in a variety of styles and themes that portray ethereal environments. Notably, this exhibit is Redd Walitzki’s (covered here) Los Angeles debut of her enchanting laser cut paintings. Check out our preview after the jump!