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Art Wars Moniker 2014 *Updated*

This is one exhibition I don’t want to miss! if you are around London from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th October 2014 then you are in for a treat. Moniker Art Fair is happening at The Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, London.
Art Below Art Wars Moniker presents a selection of  new artists, including Mr.Brainwash, Inkie, RYCA, Joe Rush, Elmo Hood, Schoony, Nancy Fouts and Craig Davidson have transformed ‘the dark side into the art side’ to be unveiled at this year’s Moniker Art fair.  Curated by Ben Moore these artists have been specially invited to fulfil the ‘urban vibe’ that is epitomised in the Moniker Art Fair.
RYCA Artwars 2014 Ryan Callanan
RYCA ( Ryan Callanan ) ‘Storm Henge’

RYCA (Ryan Callanan) will also have some exclusive Acid Trooper Figure at the show, be sure to check them out

acid figure copy Ryan Callanan

Totoro-Trooper With Artbelow for Moniker Art Fair schoony
Schoony’s Totoro-Trooper
BEN MOORE ‘BaldOffSki’
Ben Moore ‘BaldOffSki’
‘Force Paint’  Elmo Hood
Elmo Hood ‘Force Paint’
Nancy Fouts ‘Once We Were Warriors’
Nancy Fouts ‘Once We Were Warriors’
‘Never Forget’  Gary Winship
Gary Winship ‘Never Forget’
Joe Rush
Joe Rush “2 stroke stormtrooper”
On the walls there will be a selection of works including signed prints of Art Wars helmets by artists including D*Face, Jake and Dinos Chapman and Hayden Keys. The helmet works in the show will be on billboard display at Regent’s Park tube throughout October to coincide with Frieze, when thousands of art lovers will walk through the station.


Art Below founder Ben Moore has created Art Wars, an exhibition features a regiment of Stormtrooper helmets that have been left at the mercy of some of the best the art world has to offer. Last year they had a huge line up  including Damien Hirst, David Bailey, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Mr Brainwash, Paul Fryer and Joana Vasconcelos.

mr brainall Artwars
Mr Brainwash

D-FAce Artwars

Chapman_Trooper Art wars
Dinos Chapman

artwars line up

Proceeds from the Art Wars exhibition and auction go to the ‘Missing Tom’ fund, which was started up specifically to raise money to support the search for Thomas Moore.

Tom left his family home in 2003.  He was aged 31 years old.  His friends and family have not heard from him since then. His brother Ben spent the next three years looking for him and at one point was two weeks behind him. With the demands and pressures of London life, and becoming a dad of two, Ben was forced to put the search for his brother on hold. Now ten years on and with the support of the Missing People Charity, his family is reopening the search for Tom and has started up a website

 A short narrated film about Tom can be viewed

‘Missing Tom’

They held a memorial for him but I refused to grieve, he is still alive that is what I believe.

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(all information and photos lifted from missingtom , Artbelow ,RYCA,Schoony and Artwars )

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