Secret Walls x Lyon begins…

France has had a fresh taste of Secret Walls this week as Lyon started its own series. Crowds sniffed out the paint in no time and packed out the venue on its opening night.

Round 1 saw local talent Quetzilla and Kesadi go head to head, with Kesadi moving on to the next round.

Well done guys!

Be sure to head over to our schedule page to bag a ticket for Round 2 THIS THURSDAY if you’re in town.




Secret Walls brings it home

Yes, you read that right, Secret Walls is returning to its home turf in East London, after a ten years spreading the message globally.

Battles start THIS OCTOBER so get signing up to be selected for our warm up PAINT JAM.

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Secret Walls x Birmingham | Series 2 | Round 4 | Trou Vs Foka Wolf

The last of our first round battles brings new boy TROU of Column Arts Agency up against reigning champion FOKA WOLF in what promised to be a showcase of pure quality.

A lot of people in the know have fancied TROU’s chances of going all the way in this competition but, getting past champion FOKA WOLF will be very difficult … I have spoken to him personally and he is ultra determined to see off all of the opposition laid in front of him yet again!

The contender TROU managed to defeat reigning champion FOKA WOLF 3-0 and go through to the Semi finals- big things are definatly in store for this boy!

Photography by Wezism Designs

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SW HK 2014


Secret Walls Hong Kong Returns……

This week HK started the second bout of Secret Walls battles with a SOLD OUT opener!

Judges included last years’ winner Mark Goss and festival-organiser Jay FC.

Stepping onto the battleground was SW veteran Jay Cadwell, versus newbie Alex Wong.

Jay competed last year, emerging as a crowd favourite, but with a bit of dutch courage from our proud sponsors, Absolut, Alex braved the stage and won their vote!

Nice one Alex. We’ll see you in round 2.

Keep up to date with battles in Hong Kong on our schedule. And if you can make it down, this year’s series is being held at The Fringe Club – one of the few listed colonial buildings surviving the concrete jungle.

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