What do you get when you mix 12 street artists, the EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop and a blank wall at Tate Modern? Tune into our live stream below to find out.
In celebration of how pop art has influenced graffiti and street artists around the world, street art collective Drips And Runs have been challenged by Tate Collective London to produce a collaborative mural (in only 3 hours) inspired by their experience of the exhibition.
Watch the Drips and Runs x Tate film:
Want to contribute to the mural?
Submit your pop art-inspired artworks using #dripsandtate before or during the live stream. A curated selection of submissions will be printed, pasted or projected onto the wall.
The finished mural will be on display from 10.00–18.00 on Tuesday 3 November 2015 in the McAulay Gallery at Tate Modern.
Drips And Runs street artists involved include:
- Ali Hamish
- Amara Por Dios
- The Real Dill
- Captain Kris
- Tony Boy
- Tate Collective London member: Clara Bacou
Drips and Runs was started in February of 2015 by Seeds One in his London studio. With the help of old friend and fellow artist Bill Daggs it has rapidly grown, showcasing some of the capitals finest street artists at work, live online.
Tate Collective London is a part of Circuit, led by Tate and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.