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Cowes Harbour Commssion, Town Quay, Cowes, PO31 7AS

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Jim Vision is a visionary artist and painter of large-scale murals whose personal drive has changed the face of walls in East London since 2005. A leading protagonist of contemporary street art culture Jim’s talent has taken him all across the UK and from Buenos Aires to Tahiti, Miami to Thailand. Jim’s subject matter often features thought-provoking issues, both environmental and political, intertwined with fantastical often apocalyptic visions of the past, present and future.

He has been invited to events as diverse as O’nou festival in Tahiti, Banksy’s Cans2 festival in Leake street tunnel Waterloo, MuTATE Britain at Cordy House in Shoreditch, Westbank gallery’s Gonzo Exhibition, and even charity auctions at the Houses of Parliament.

He splits his time as art director of Endoftheline producing art commissions for a variety of clients like Netflix and Our Planet, whilst pursuing independent art and community projects. Curating exhibitions from The Bad Note, the Eve of Destruction and multiple group shows that have been pivotal in showcasing a broad spectrum of the graffiti and street-art world, featuring emerging talent who are now globally known, including Nychos, Aryz, Bom.k, Inkie, Will Barras and Mr Jago.

Based in London, he grew up in South Wales, following a creative path through school that led to studying time-based new media but always painting in his spare time. His journey took him to Bow and Shoreditch in the early 2000’s where the residence of Young British Artists, pop up galleries, squat raves, and a glut of empty and derelict buildings paved the way for an underground art to grow.

Happiest painting in the street leaving a trail of colourful graffiti across the world, Jim has consistently pushed the frontier of large-scale murals in the UK. His local stomping ground is proof of his endeavour with artworks notable for their eye-catching, distinctive style adorning unexpected spots, from street corners to rooftops.

Jim and his partner Matilda invest in an on-going public art mission, one that has been instrumental in carving out new legal mural space for artists and hosting festivals like The International Meeting of Styles in London to put alternative street and graffiti art on an inclusive, public platform. Their project works with local councils and landlords to encourage free expression by artists and bring colour and inspiration to communities.

Protect Your Wildlife Mural, Manchester, 2020
Multiple Murals, Thailand, 2020
Sterling Vaults Street Invited Artist Auction, 2020
Invited Artist Akumal Art Festival, Mexico, 2018 & 2019
Series of Large-scale Murals across Miami, 2019
‘Painted Lady’ Large-scale Mural, Nottingham, 2019
‘Tyger Tyger, Burning Bright’ Mural, Manchester, 2019
Brick Lane 20m Community Mural in heart of Bangla town, 2018
Meeting of Styles London 2008 - 2018
Gonzo Group Show, Westbank gallery Hunter S Thompson inspired works - Artist, 2016
Endangered 13, Tower Hamlets Mural Project, Endangered Species, HumaNatureArt, 2016
O’nou Festival in Tahiti, Guest Artist, 2015
Houses of Parliament Westbank Gallery Auction – Invited Artist, 2013 & 2014
Save the Bees, Mural production with Louis Masai, 2014
Frank Frazetta Tribute Mural – Mural Production, 2014
Storm Mural on Melrose, Los Angeles – Mural Production, 2014
Robocop Mural “ED209” - Mural and Video Production, 2014
H.R. Giger Mural Jim Vision collaborative piece with DrZadok, 2014
Large Scale China Town Mural : Boomtown – Mural Production, 2013
Urban in Ibiza 2013
International Meeting of Styles in Perpignan, France, 2013
Rivington Street Festival – Artist Upfest 2013, Redpoint Climbing Centre, 50m+ mural 2013
Moebius Tribute Mural 60m – Artist / Mural Production, 2012
Buenos Aires, Argentina - Produced 7 Murals & Invited Artist to Meeting Of Styles BA, 2011
Meeting of Styles, Wiesbaden, Germany - 4 storey Mural Production, 2010
MuTATE Britain, Behind the Shutters Gallery show, Cordy House, 2008

The International Meeting of Styles Graffiti Festival, UK Host: 2008 - Ongoing
Graffestival, Graffiti Festival & Community Event, EndoftheLine, 2019
EndoftheLine Pop-Gallery & Studio, Shoreditch, 2018 -19
Neverended: EndoftheLine 10 year Retrospective, 2016, Londonewcastle Project Space
‘Above the Rail’ Group Show – White Canvas Project 2013 – Curators / Production
Eve of Destruction Exhibition 2012
White Canvas Project Shoreditch Warehouse Show 2012
Rockwell House - Curated Art Studios & Rooftop Venue 2010 - 2015
Shades of Things to Come 2009 : Exhibition with Aryz, Nychos, Bom.k, Tizer
Lovebox 2007 - 500m Live Graffiti Showcase & Cablestreet Cinema Tent

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