London Street Art — 18
Continuing with our London Street Art series of photographs here is a selection of East London street art captured by us here at Hookedblog over the last couple of days including some new miniature street art pieces from everyone favourite Mexican street artist Pablo Delgado. We have also captured the work of Burning Candy crew member Dscreet hitting up a wall at the back of the Shoreditch church with one of his signature owls characters. Another artists whose work we were fortunate enough to catch on the street was that of London based street artist D*Face, who has been installing some altered concrete paving slabs featuring his work. Check out the collection of images below.
The work of French Stencil street artist C215 which is spray directly onto a red post box located on Paul Street, London. See more of C215's stencil work here.
One of Pablo Delgado's fantastic miniature street art scenes created with pasted up images and hand painted shadows, this one was located on Calvin Street, London. See some of artists other work in this Pablo Delgado post we have previously shared.
Anthony Lister Tag — Hackney Road
Artist Unknown — Red Church Street
D*Face's altered concrete paving slab "Danger, death from above"— This short lived piece was located on the corner of Hanbury Street / Commercial Road and was stolen by a fan/ collector not long after we shot the work.
If you want to see additional London Street Art, take some time to check out some of our previous post on the subject:
Hookedblog London Street Art — 17
Featuring work from Malarky, 45RPM, Nemo, Lister and Narcélio Grud.
Hookedblog London Street Art — 16
Featuring work from Monsieur Qui, Bortusk Leer, Pablo Delgado.
Hookedblog London Street Art — 15
Featuring work from Pablo Delgado, Eine, Milo Tchais and Macay, Bortusk Leer and Reason.
Hookedblog is a Street Art News site established in 2005 as a place for us to document and showcase Street Art from London and beyond.
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