Friday, March 18, 2011

London Street Art — 13

It's Friday so here is a another selection of London Street Art we at Hookedblog have snapped over the last few days in East London. The last week has seen a bit of an American invasion of the streets, what with Elbow-Toe in town last week and Michael De Foe and Skewville hitting up spots over the weekend.


Lots of these miniature doorways are still appearing around Shoreditch and Brick Lane, we have no idea who is doing them yet but we do like them.

Last week we posted the new Elbow-Toe and Teddy Baden pieces along the canal near Broadway market. This piece by the Dotmasters is the latest canal side addition.


Mr Surename Here said...

oh, i always wanted to make minimal doorways for my small people. And now i´m super inspired! sweet!

Joan Mira said...


You can take a look at Momardi. Tuesday's blog about Visual Arts in London. Tales of a girl working her way into the contemporary art scene.

Very nice stuff.


Joan Mira