Pavement Licker

Pavement Licker started life in 2003 in a dirty London pub when artist James-Lee Duffy got friend and writer Josh Jones involved in his idea to create a platform for artists and writers to be published without pushing a particular agenda or manifesto. It can be found in London, New York, Melbourne, Moscow, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Scandinavia. As well as promoting the work of new creatives, it has featured work from established and famous artists such as Banksy, Tank Girl creator and Gorillaz co-founder Jamie Hewlett, Inkie, Kelsey Brookes, David Shrigley, Anthony Micallef and Eine, as well as work from Andrew Rae, Matthew Green, Dan Hillier, Margot Bowman and Kate Moross. It has appeared in Mod Art, The Wooster Collective and Sunday Times Style

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