When a new piece of Banksy art emerges during lockdown and you've little to do socially because of Covid, why not make your next scooter riding destination a side street in Nottingham to check it out? Like many, we've been fans of Banksy's work for a number of years now. Back in 2009 we stopped … Continue reading Art on the Street – Slacker Vs Banksy
I think we can all agree what a rubbish year 2020 has been so far. So here at ScooterNova we decided that a little gift to lift our spirits would do everyone some good. We are therefore pleased to announce that we will be giving away a FREE A3 sized, double-sided poster to subscribers and … Continue reading Free Isle of Wight and DDK poster
If you enjoyed our article in the current edition of ScooterNova magazine (6) with artist Pete McKee, then you might be interested to learn he announced the dates of his next exhibition recently. We spoke with Pete about both his background and also what the appeal of scooters are to a working class artist from … Continue reading Pete McKee – This Class Works
TrashFormation is apparently a new-ish form of art, slowly sweeping across certain places – no doubt cool and hip locations – that as the name suggests, takes what the artist (or indeed local scrapyard think is rubbish) and turn it into a piece of art. Of interest to us, for obvious reasons, are these pieces … Continue reading Vespa trash or Vespa art?
The curvaceous lines of the Vespa scooter has long been seen as art themselves, which is probably why they have subsequently attracted the attention of artists looking for a new canvas upon which to display their talents. The latest is South African Richard Scott who recently collaborated with Vespa SA to create the Joyride exhibition. Apparently … Continue reading Where art meets Vespa (again)