London based Wild Beast Art Agency and artist Darren John are proud to unveil Education Is The Key To Unlock Equality, the first in a series of public art initiatives. Darren’s signature graphic artwork is displayed across two large scale banners, spelling out a very obvious step that we need to take to build an equal future.


Located on two prominent billboards, under the rail bridge on the junction of Old Street and Shoreditch High Street, free to view from Thursday 1st April to Sunday 18th April.

The mindset is at the core of Darren’s work, with these two pieces, Darren aims to encourage further open dialogue around the inequalities that challenge our society. Much like the rest of his art practice, these pieces are universal and for all to engage with. They continue his mission to make art more accessible and for everyone, mirroring the same sentiment required for an equal future.


Wild Beasts will interview and document the views of the public, based on the art and the message behind the banners, to share what people in the UK experience today. There will be several street art campaigns across London, throughout the year in conjunction with artists from the UK, who seek to promote equality and unity.

Billboard space booked through @outsidethe_zone




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We now have the perfect opportunity to create a brighter future together. The pandemic has unearthed deep-rooted, debilitating inequalities that pulse through the veins of our society. As we look forward, we are presented with an opportunity to reset our values, and with those, the playing field of life in which every single one of us should have the confidence to navigate.

In the aftermath of the global pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement, male violence towards women, attacks on Asian members of our communities, the rising issues of authoritarianism versus democracy, and the widening of income inequality, poverty, and socio-political divides - we find ourselves disparate, divided and anxious for what lies ahead.


These endemic biases must be overturned. Every single one of us has a responsibility to educate ourselves and each other, to build a better future. We all have a duty to enact change and as the great Audre Lorde exclaimed, “your silence will not protect you.” You have the power to reach out, to listen and to teach. To learn the lessons of the past to create an active pathway to a better future for us all, no matter race, gender, ability or socio-economic background.


In today’s world we are all interconnected. We are owed the support from each other, our governments, and our institutions to enable us to facilitate the direction of positive change, that we want to see - as a community. People and education are our greatest resource. We can achieve superior knowledge and a greater understanding of the world we live in by sharing our diverse experiences. 


Our current climate highlights what is wrong with our society and can  fuel solutions to aid the creation of a better one. The society we live in now, is one that has been built by hierarchy and suited to those within. We lose our power when our voices are divided in to categories. We need to eradicate these dated processes, regulations, and ways of thinking that protect the few and not the many. 


We must grasp this opportunity and start talking. Education is the key to equality! Darren John x Wild Beasts



50 Limited Edition Giclée Prints


279gsm White Velvet Fine Art Paper

Signed and numbered by the artist


Free postage in the UK

50% will go towards PUBLIC ART production 

50% split between supporting Darren’s studio practice and a charity of his choosing (organisation tbc).

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