27.07.11 by Jeff

Meggs + Lister + Kid Zoom

Aussies invade UK. Meggs, Lister, and Kid Zoom paint a wall together.

MEGGS Anthony Lister and Kid Zoom

Watch the video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • lister’s site appears to be down – so i just linked it to the wiki page for now

  • Awesome video, A. Lister is actually about to open a show here in LA this Friday, in conjunction with Junk Food Clothing and HVW8 Gallery, http://hvw8.com/. Def check it out if you are in the area, should be some sick work as he is doing some larger scale pieces inside and outside the gallery

  • Kid Zoom is siiiiick!

  • Great Video! I love videos that show how the art is created and thanks Scoots for the info about the show in LA. I’ll definitely post it on my art website.

  • Total class – invade the UK any time you like. Nicely put together vid too!

  • Cooool!!! I like streey art! It’s realy art!!!!

  • idi

    All three have an exhibition at 941 Geary in San Francisco this September, along with lots of other killer street artists! Wish we could make it out there.

  • Nambo

    BOMBING HERE I COME!!

  • Nilly

    blown away. I love them all.





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