Ben Flynn a.k.a Ben Eine was born in 1970 in London. In 1984, he began his career as a graffiti/street artist/vandal, covering the trains and walls of London. His street art and graffiti can be found around the world, in cities ranging from London, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, Paris, Tokyo, Dublin, Stockholm and San Francisco…
In addition to his personal practice, Eine is also a talented screen printer, having worked previously at the infamous Pictures on Walls studio where he personally printed some of the most iconic images to come out of the legendary studio.
In 2010, British Prime Minister David Cameron gave Barack Obama one of Eine's paintings as a gift, this gesture received major international exposure and news coverage.
In 2011, Eine was invited by Amnesty International to create a poster for their 50th anniversary.
In 2013, Richard Branson displayed ten EINE canvases across his VIP Virgin Atlantic Airline lounges in Heathrow and New York City.
In addition to showing at Spoke Art's San Francisco and New York City locations, Eine has also exhibited at V1 Gallery (Copenhagen), Vertical Gallery (Chicago), StolenSpace Gallery (London) and Blackbook Gallery (Denver). In addition to his gallery work, Eine was also a participant in Jeffrey Deitch's "Art in the Streets" exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), Los Angeles.