Slow Your Roll, the first UK solo show by Brooklyn art duo Skewville, launched last Friday at High Roller Society. AM took advantage of the East London gallery’s new Sunday opening hours to visit over the weekend in the calm of a non-preview atmosphere. On the way, we spotted one of Skewville’s recent outdoor pieces, featuring the painted and foam-stamped word “BEEF” aptly done on the shopfront shutter of a local butcher. Plenty of stamps were also in evidence along the Regent’s Canal towpath, at times going over the existing tags of local vandals — and perhaps bringing a whole new meaning to the term “graffiti beef”.

The exhibition continues until 24 April. See a recent Vandalog interview with Skewville here. More photos and a video by Butterfly after the jump.

'She Loves Me Not'

'Sucks Either Way'

From the 'Bottled Emotion' series

'It Wasn't Me' (left) and 'BEEF Boxes'

'No Sponsor'

'Today's Special'

Metal shutter of a butcher shop recently painted by Skewville on Roman Road, near High Roller Society

Video by Butterfly documenting the making of the BEEF street piece on a butcher shop shutter:

Text and photographs by Patrick Nguyen.