The Electric Collective
The Electric Collective is a celebration of the eclectic and diverse creators, makers, artists and performers who make the Brixton community so electric. This year we have collaborated with spoken word performer Miss Yankey and mixed media artist Azarra Amoy on works of art that pay tribute to the incredible energy of the South London neighbourhood we’re proud to call home.
Street artist @azarraamoy
Jamaican-Trinidadian born and bred in London, artist and designer Azarra creates beautiful mixed media work, her vibrant signature green popping from each one. Past work has been featured by Adidas x Size, in the V&A and on permanent display at the YouTube space in Kings Cross. On top of this, she is on the panel of Brixton studio space, helping to determine who gets residency in Brixton.
Azarra has designed an amazing artwork filled with nods to Brixton landmarks and iconography. This has been painted as a mural at 500 Brixton Road - live for all of July! Head down to check it out and tag @brixtonbrewery in your photos!
Spoken word poet @missyankey
Ghanaian-British South London native, Miss Yankey, is an international Poetry Slam champion and host of two of London’s best poetry nights in Brixton. Pushing spoken word to the masses her energy is unmistakable, every word she spills is carefully crafted, performed with passion, and loaded with authenticity.
We're thrilled to have worked with her on the beautiful 'Ode To Brixton'.
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