Brighton’s revolutionary youth artists Pattern Up creatively challenge youth stereotypes and modern-day mindsets around child exploitation.
This revolutionary collective of street artists have been raising eyebrows and making people laugh with their tongue-in-cheek political works which range from doctored Brighton council signs announcing ‘Designated Crack and Heroin Zones’ to paste-ups denouncing the Tories, The Sun, HMRC and more:
- Pattern Up is a youth-led project that aims to find solutions to end child exploitation.
- We aim to do this by raising awareness, challenging mindsets and de-glamorise the normalisation of criminal exploitation and drug misuse.
- These messages are presented through art, fashion, music and creative performance.
- We are solely funded by t-shirt and art sales, we do not receive any funding from anyone else.