Archive for December, 2016

Top 20 London Street Art Works Of 2016

December 30, 2016

London Calling Blog

Well yet again this has certainly been the hardest post to compile in this years Annual Review series, attempting to select our favourite 20 works from a year absolutely crammed with an abundance of high-quality and entertaining artworks on London’s Streets. After much deliberation and with many more works we would of liked to include here, it really was difficult editing down to a mere 20 works, however here are the pieces that have really stood out for us this year. That said on another day with another assessment, some of these pieces would be different. Here’s to a great 2017 with a look back at our favourite works of 2016.


Formidable work by Axel Void in Walthamstow. We assure you our pictures really don’t do this magnificent and thought-provoking image justice. Just incredible work in subject and execution.


Incredible work by Pang in Tooting presenting the first taste of this…

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Buzzsaw with Sean Stone: Jay Dyer on Esoteric Hollywood

December 21, 2016

Jay's Analysis

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Jay Dyer reveals the interplay of geopolitics and psychological warfare in Hollywood blockbusters. It is becoming more apparent that the movies we once saw as mere entertainment have become vehicles of propaganda and predictive programming. Fraught with esoteric symbolism and hints of disclosure these films seem to be generating greater degrees of social fragmentation. Or are we being prepared for a shift in collective consciousness? Explore the esoteric messaging in the movies and ways we can avoid feeding the beast of mass hysteria. This interview with Sean Stone was originally webcast November 21, 2016.

Jay Dyer, whose graduate work focused on the interplay of film, geopolitics, espionage and psychological warfare is the founder of JaysAnalysis which has grown to become one of the premier film and philosophy sites on the net. Jay is a public speaker, lecturer, comedian and author of…

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