London Street Art — 19

Brick Lane Street Shutter painted by street artist Malarky

Continuing with our London Street Art series here is a new photographic collection of East London street art captured by us here at Hookedblog over the last week which includes more awesome miniature street art from everyone's favorite Pablo Delgado plus a tiny street art stencil of a squirrel which we think might be the work of Colombian street artist Bastardillia.

Lots of new colorful roller shutters painted on Brick Lane, with work from street artists Ronzo, Malarky(pictured above), Lucas (below) and Sheone.

Colombian street artist StinkFish has been back visiting London and has also been very active on the streets - we will post some of his street work soon. Check out the pictures below.

LucasLucas— Brick Lane

Pablo Delgado
Mexican street artist Pablo Delgado wonderful miniature paste-ups.


Bastadillia
Bastadillia? We think!

ATG
No love for the ATG crew!!

ALO
ALO — Paul Street

Dale Grimshaw
London artist Dale Grimshaw — Blackall Street

C215
French Street artist C215 — This piece was located off Luke Street (Portrait of London based artist Ben Slow)

If you wanna see more street art have a look at some of our previous post:

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 Rensone.

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