Graffiti // Tuesday, April 22, 2014
London-based graffiti writer, Shok 1, recently painted a pair of rainbow hands that resemble X-ray negatives in Brooklyn, New York.
Street Art // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Next Friday, Pictures on Walls Gallery in London will present “X-Rainbow,” a solo exhibition by Shok1. The London-based artist has gained notoriety by painting realistic transparent x-ray of bones and other objects, most recently in a vibrant rainbow palette.
Graffiti // Friday, August 02, 2013
New X-ray of a bee painted in rainbow colors by the skilled spray can artist, Shok1.
Graffiti // Friday, July 26, 2013
Shok1’s newest spray can X-ray examination is of a hand and the wrist, painted in a rainbow color scheme. No bones appear tobe broken, patient may go home.
Graffiti // Tuesday, July 16, 2013
There is no doubt, that the over surveillance, Big Brother, totalitarianism society that Orwell once wrote about in his novel “1984” has been quickly turning into a reality in the past decade. London-based artist, Shok 1, used his talents to paint the title of Orwells’s classic in an electric pink with anX-ray negative effect.
Street Art // Tuesday, June 04, 2013
The X-ray negative effect specialist, Shok-1, has been working on a series of murals that use the color spectrum of a rainbow with various themes. We are particularly fond of the most recent vertebrae piece
Graffiti // Thursday, June 21, 2012
London-based graffiti writer, Shok 1, makes most of his work look as if it has been x-rayed; maybe in an attempt to make sure the letter structure is not broken! In his distinct spray-painting method, the artist recreated the recently passed StayHigh 149’s iconic smoking stick figure and it’s one of the best tributes we have seen so far.