Invented by Tunisian artist Hechmi Ghachem during the 1980s - when freedom of expression was outlawed in his country - groups of artists painted together, on the same canvas, in complete silence to protect their identities.
Luke Palmer is the first to bring the liberating concept of collaborative painting to the UK. The fascinating results of the collaborative painting sessions with local and street artists are now on show at the RWA until 28th February. Some of the great artists involved in this project include, Xenz, Andy Council, Jody and Bex Glover.
Below are a couple of may favourite pieces on show at the RWA. I love the magical cityscape with all its depth and texture and the second piece reminds me of a high fashion print that I could see on garments worn at fashion week.
This exhibition is a really interesting concept and the results are definitely worth checking out.