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Updated April 2020
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So, this week.. actually, lets jump back a touch, I remember the first time I met Fuel, it was at my gallery in Brighton, one of those jaw dropping moments when you realise who’s in front of you.. As he was walking off, I nudged Vibes who was hanging out as usual and said a bit too loud, You V, that’s King Fuel.. I felt a little embarrassed as I th…
 
This week, the Traphouse Tattooer.. You’ve seen his name around the city.. the first Traphouse painting I saw was on Berwick St over the old paperchase.. dope letters floating down a Soho street. Then I started to see it everywhere, then all over Instagram.. then friends talking, meeting, getting tattooed.. the wave had gained momentum.. 3yrs on I …
 
Im in Scotland, Elie in Fife to be precise and wow we’ve been lucky, beautiful sandy beach, amazing walks, great food and the weather.. goddam! Ive got a tan, although that’s pretty easy as I'm half Egyptian.Anyway, a much needed break and rest from work, I’m back in the city Monday to crack on with the rest of the year.Before I left for my holiday…
 
Welcome back to the F24 Podcast, my name is David every couple weeks I go and sit with a creative either at my studio on theirs to chat about their lives and interactions with London Culture and Creativity. This is the 50th Episode! yes.. I’ve done 50 of these recordings.. I’ve been building an archive on the culture coming out of our city and coun…
 
This week, well another honour.. this guy’s throw up was in my manor of Kilburn and Edgeware Rd ever since I could read graffiti, and that was from young.. And when I started writing in 95 the, from what I thought was an SM throw up was amazing, unique, one-line greatness executed the same every time I studied it.. Knowing it had been in my vision …
 
This week Marcus Barnes, an author, music journalist and graffiti artist. His graffiti name has been in my vision for about 15 years now, a prolific train painter from South London. We met a couple times over the years but never properly and having him come round here was dope. The last time we spoke was at Aset’s funeral and I talk about it toward…
 
Hello and welcome back to the f24 podcast, my name is David and as often as possible I have a creative come visit me at my studio in north acton to have a chat about their lives and interactions with London culture and creativity.. Works on-top at the minute, which is a great thing. Came back from Dublin and ran straight into another project so get…
 
I’ve been away working on an amazing project in Dublin, my second building for the Iconic Offices company over there and with help from my good friend Omin, my Irish OG, I built a great team to work with me on the artwork I designed and also work alongside a wide array of dope Irish artists to produce their own work also throughout the refurbished …
 
Back again… and this week I had Mysdiggi and as some of you know him by Mystro, UK Hip Hop legend, he’s been in the game for years and surpassed the 10’000 hour rule years ago.. he’s a pro and I've been a fanbut never had the chance to really chat to Mys before. We’ve crossed paths, seen each other about and when I saw him at Teach’s show in Decemb…
 
Hello and welcome back to the f24 podcast. my name is David and as often as possible I have a creative come over to my studio in north Acton to have a conversation about their lives and interactions with London culture and creativity. Well what a treat. this guy and his team have been a part of some of our last 5/6 years. some of you saw the birth …
 
From London's most notorious graffiti crews along with many others. His impact on our culture has been felt for two decades, we've seen the amazing panels running through the city, one of the flyest tags hitting the streets in his distinct styles, character full throw ups and legendary stories about him and his crew… what a treat. I've known T for …
 
Hello and welcome back to the F24 Podcast, my name is David and each week I have a creative come over to my studio in north Acton to talk about their lives and interactions with London, Culture and Creativity.I hope your all well and enjoyed the Candie Bandita episode.. I loved it.. This week we've got Skore GSD TRC.. A UK OG, he's pretty much been…
 
This week Candie Bandita from GOT came over and we had a great and funny chat. Candie has been involved with the culture since the nineties after coming across Southbank on a school trip. What she saw and the energy she felt there enamoured her and decided to follow it up by getting back there as soon as possible. Candie tells us about the first pe…
 
This week.. a London OG, a London Legend, A Londoners Londoner, Jonzi D… It was so so good seeing Jonzi again, we hung for a straight month in summer some 14 years ago, we chatted in different instances over the years but having him come around, take a seat on the sofa and have a chat.. man.. I’ve been wanting to have this since the autumn after th…
 
Hello and welcome back to the f24 podcast I hope you are all well, my name is David and each week I have a creative come over to my studio in North Acton to talk about their lives and interactions with London, Culture and Creativity.I say London, but really as I'm sure listeners of the podcast know already, its doesn't all have to be about London. …
 
We’re going to have a bit of a different one this week, I started working on this podcast idea about 2 years ago, I love podcasts and I love my culture, I know most of you know that and we have so many people with the best of stories so I got it together and recorded some, Jack Murray, Will Robson Scott, Any Gillman, Done London and Jamal Peace, th…
 
This week’s chat is with Joe Holbrook a guy I’ve known for pretty much 15 years and I love it when I have a perception about someone, even after knowing them that long and finding out my perception means nada in their life, it wasn’t his reality. I presumed Joe was classically trained, I presumed he got to this stage of his art carrear through conv…
 
So each week, as I’m sure you know I chat to people about their lives and interactions with London, Culture and Creativity and this weeks chat is with Charlie Dark of London’s legendary movement, Run Dem Crew!Charlie has literally run through London’s hip hop scene.. all the way from a family friends Christmas in the New York in 81, though Soho in …
 
This week we've got the culture fuelled, creatively striving, spiritual hunting, hustler minded, dope lyricist label owner, Fliptrix. Watching this guy. He used to come down to the shop in Brighton and cop some records and paint every now and then, I also snapped him on polaroid for my collection of friends and visitors to the shop. What he's done …
 
This week on F24 we have Sophynails aka So Fly. We had a great chat a couple weeks ago, just before she was off to Bristol. Soph’s got a great story and has been really productive in her culture since a teenager, from Soho records shops to record labels, Miami tracksides to Jams at Stockwell hall of fame and not forgetting her on-going nail career.…
 
This week I have a guy I've known for years and watched his rise, K or as some of you may know him as Kemo SMT and his also for the last couple years, The London Vagabond. He came round with his girlfriend Dana, a creative also and we had a great conversation about his introduction to the graffiti culture through his dad whilst he was in primary sc…
 
This week on the F24 Podcast we’ve got Maddy or as some of you may know him, Amba SDF. Maddy’s had some adventures and we get into quite a few including his introduction to hip hop and graffiti culture, travelling and living in cities and also about his Syrian family and roots. We’re very close in age so it was amazing for me to hear about his side…
 
Hello and welcome back to the F24 Podcast, my name is David and each week I invite a creative over to my studio to talk about their interactions and experiences with London culture and creativity. This week’s conversation is with Richard Wilson. You may have seen the worldwide press about Rich’s Will Smith painting that he did in West Philly, an am…
 
This weeks interview is with artist Bill Daggs. Bill has just finished his BA in fine art and had his first show since graduation, I went.. It was dope and you’ll hear us talk about that. Really great having him coming over as we have been in the same circles for 20 odd years from Kilburn, graffiti and hip hop but never really got to meet properly.…
 
This week’s interview is with Luis Lopez Smith, you may have heard about his company Tottenham Textiles an amazing walk in studio on Seven Sisters. I met Luis when I was visiting my mate Jonny Banger, his shop is next door to Luis’. Jonny being the gent he is and knowing how much I ‘d love to see the space, I met Luis. I was completely amazed! What…
 
So this week, another one from my extended cultural family is London’s one and only, Theo Keating otherwise known as the infamous Fake Blood and UK Graffiti’s very own Snatch CWS/ PFB/TO… This guy, since ive been in the culture, this guy’s pieces have been it for me.. I might be looking and reminiscing at the past with glazed eyes but I don’t think…
 
This weeks chat is with Jimi from GANG Studio. I’ve known Jimi for years, a lot of you have also. We met in the early 2000’s through our shared good friend and Brighton stalwart Jode. When I met him he was already thoroughly on his journey with creativity, I remember a time I was getting interviewed for a magazine, they were doing a piece on my sho…
 
This week we have Jonny Banger, or as some of you may know him, Sports Banger.I've known Jonny for years, since my days in Brighton. When I met him he was a DJing round the city at various events and he actually ended up, along with his good friend Daps holding down the decks at the open mics I used to put on at my shop every weekend or so. I saw t…
 
So keeping up with the hunting of stories, the feeding of minds, the words from the wise this week I have one of the UK’s first graffiti writers Richard Sen aka Coma who came over and dropped history and knowledge on the graffiti culture right from the start of our scene and his interactions and experiences with the culture which led him onto being…
 
This week I had Charlie Shazer visit from Kids Love Ink East. Charlie has been tattooing for 20 odd years, a true patron to the art of the tattoo he owns and runs a great parlour off Brick Lane in East London. It was another great interaction, I’ve known Charlie for a few years but as usual getting this quality time to find out about peoples journe…
 
This weeks creative is Mark Sinckler, London Graffiti’s very own PRIME. Mark is an integral to the path I chose. When I first met him I was 16/17 years old, 1996/7. I was working in a dead end job selling advertising space in an Arabic Newspaper based in West Hampstead. I don’t think I sold one advert but what I did manage to do was to persuade the…
 
Harry is a photographer and used to be a graffiti writer, labelled the million pound vandal by the UK press and is from Kensal Rise. He's run through a couple cultures on his route to creativity. He's a big lad, covered in tattoos, sports a vest in the summer months and could be intimidating if you saw him jump out on you on the Bakerloo line with …
 
This week I have Olivia Skalkos on F24. Olivia is a true artist and for work is a production and project manager for the Moniker Art Fair, which this week is having it's first NY show, get to it if your in the big apple.I met Olivia when she worked at Chrome and Black, London's premier graffiti supplies store and she came and filled in the gaps abo…
 
This weeks chat is with Micall Parknsun, Husband, Father, lyricist and producer. Parky is from Kilburn, North West London, where I'm from. We're the same age and know the same people but didn't meet until the mid 2000's when he walked into my shop in Brighton. It was dope chatting about the manor and hearing about his experiences. This is his Londo…
 
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