It's almost impossible not to have noticed the iconic toaster image either postered, stencilled, stickered or sprayed on a wall. For the last 13 years, 3 dedicated people have been putting up the infamous graphic worldwide.
The first ever screening of their film 'Everywhere' is 7pm tomorrow (24th) at Village Underground, documenting the work of the Toasters; looking back to the days before the term 'street art' had been conceived and thrown around.
To celebrate the occasion, the first 30 people in the queue will receive a hand painted, signed popcorn box courtesy of the collective.
I personally am most familiar from seeing Toasters' work in Birmingham, including pieces with other artists such as Tempo 33 & Zime. If you are not familiar with the toaster graphic, look closer next time you visit a major city and you will be sure to see evidence of stickers at the very least.
Visit their Flickr to see examples of their work, including the recent 'Bluff Buff' project cleverly aimed at avoiding the buff.
Check the flyer below, all main images taken from here.