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Cardiff graffiti studio nurtures local talent

The Illustrate Project opens its doors to Cardiff youth

Taking art to the wall

Cardiff’s finest and most experienced graffiti and aerosol art collective, The Illustrate Project, is set to open its studio doors for a unique coaching workshop on 4 December.

The workshop, which takes place in the Trackside Studio in Roath, promises over three hours of intensive tuition in graffiti-culture history, drawing skills, and painting techniques.

The Illustrate Project looks primarily to develop graffiti skills in young artists, graphic designers, and art students. However, the collective also encourages people without a creative background to take part and learn more about graffiti as a form of artistic expression.  

Workshop coordinator Bradley “Rmer1” Woods says, “Our workshops are a brilliant mix of ages and genders, which cover the basics of world wide graffiti art culture.”

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