Pablo Delgado — Miniature Street Art

Pablo Delgado

Back in June, we at Hookedblog posted a collection of street scene photos featuring the work of street artist Pablo Delgado. Over the last two months the artist has continued to populate the streets of East London with new street scenes. This work continues to bring a smile to our faces and we are still loving stumbling across these miniature scenes and we are sure you will love them too. Here is our second collection of his work which we have photographed in the last few weeks.

Pablo Delgado
Pablo Delgado

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So we know there are quite a few street scenes we have missed and have yet to stumble upon, if you know where they are, let us know? Our first collection of Pablo Delgado's work can be viewed on the blog here. You can also read an interview with Pablo Delgado over on Don't Panic.

Pablo Delgado


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10 comments:

Damon Hatcher said...

It's been there a while now but there's one at the corner of Phipp street and Gatesborough street EC2A.  The shadows are mostly worn off in the weather though.

hookedblog said...

Thanks Damon, we will go and check it out.

Richard Giddings said...

There's on on the Corner of Redchurch St and Club Row (E2 7dj)

Matteo said...

There was one in Tesco area on Hackney Road, next to Columbia Market, if it's not there anymore I probably have a picture somewhere.

Siller13 said...

lovely¡¡

hookedblog said...

We have update the images on flickr and added some of the street names should you wish to go and find them yourself!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/hookedblog/tags/pablodelgado/

And thanks to everyone who has suggest some of the other locations we haven't seen yet.

Harrison Cronbi said...

Is this one of his?  Looks like a similar style:
http://500px.com/photo/1486218

hookedblog said...

Great shot Harrison, and yes that is defiantly one of Pablo's pieces

Cheeky Rabs said...

what materials does he use???

hookedblog said...

They are pasted up images which have been hand painted. The artist then paints the shadows on the pavements using black paint