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One half of STATIC and a Walthamstow resident, Tom brings his network of artists, agents and galleries to curate the walls.

STATIC have been producing limited editions and original works by hand since 2006. Their work is known for its blend of graphic and patterned imagery created through a combination of screen printing and mixed media techniques. 

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Having worked in technology in the city for more than 16 years, Mark applies his knowledge and experience to combine his professional passions with his love of street art. 

Mark does the admin. Fun.



The other half of STATIC, Craig, our Hackney neighbour, is our in house designer, creating all of our materials and branding.

STATIC have had exhibitions in the UK, Japan, Singapore and the US. They've even created a unique version of their Camo pattern for the release of Activision's Call of Duty game launch.

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ATMA is the Sanskrit word for ‘Soul’. Born in Bordeaux, France in 1979, he lives and works in London. Matt leads our workshop offering. 

ATMA’s approach to art encapsulates the hopes and aspirations of the eternal self-quest; his search for truth. ATMA has worked with renowned institutions such as the Lazarides Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, Punch Drunk, and in association with Google, Camel, HTC, Lufthansa and Dulux.



Hatch is the moniker of London-based artist & illustrator Dave Smith and can be found with a can, brush or roller whenever a mural is being painted. 

Hatch’s work features a variety of characters and iconography dug up from his imagination and discovered in his surroundings.Hatch was the winner of the 2016 Secret Walls x London league.



With 8 years of PR experience in the broadcast sector and a number of volunteer roles. Milli combines her comms background - working with the likes of Discovery Channel, Penguin and the Mercury Music Prize - and her social media experience to manage our marketing and community relations.

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Mia is a traditional signwriter with a penchant for choosing the brush over the computer and a strong nerdy passion for letterforms. She is based in Leyton and has been painting signs ever since she graduated from studying graphic design at Brighton University in 2012. 

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Zarah Hussain is an MA graduate of the Islamic Art programme at the Prince's School in London. She has spent many years perfecting the traditional techniques for creating mathematically precise, geometric art and then adapting them to produce unique works with a contemporary resonance across a range of disciplines. She has exhibited in the UK and internationally. Her work is held in national and international collections. 

Her most recent project was a large scale sculpture projected with digital animation commissioned by the Barbican for their foyer spaces.

Hussain has received the Mosaic Award for Art and Culture presented by HRH the Prince of Wales and has been nominatedfor the Jameel Prize at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Zarah Hussain lives and works in Walthamstow, London.