The writing’s on the wall at a three day pow-wow exploring where graffiti has got to in modern London. Graffiti Sessions — which run from 3-5 December — aims to develop strategies for safe and sociable al fresco scribbling with a host of speakers from both the dark and light side of the discipline. Once reviled, now revered by many and even, in some cases, protected — there’ll no doubt be much to discuss about Graffiti, as it reaches a crossroads in its evolution. Confirmed Graffiti Sessions contributors include artist Ben Eine, who started painting his famous alphabet graphics on shop shutters in Shoreditch and ended up having one of his works offered as a gift from David Cameron to Barack Obama. Alongside Eine are fellow spray can specialists Inkie, Dotmasters, Noir. Read more here over at londonist.com and check their website here!