Continuing with our London Street Art series here is a new selection of East London art captured by us here at Hookedblog over the last week. The above Banksy 'Neighborhood Watch' sticker was spotted the other day and as this one is all scratched up we just figured it was an old sticker that had been covered/boarded over but we have since started to see a whole bunch of these appear around Shoreditch again. Imagine they won't last long, what with people now removing/collecting street art stickers as well!!
New street work from Dale Grimshaw who currently has an exhibition running at The Signal Gallery on Paul Street. We suggest ye also check out this short video clip which was released in the run up to his show and featuring the artist at work in his studio.
New shutter from Cambridge based artist Mr. Penfold
D*Face — Brick Lane
Saki and B
We posted some of Ronzo's new concrete street sculptures last week on the blog here, above is another addition to Brick Lane from the artist.
If you still want more streetart, have a look at some of our previous post:
Hookedblog London Street Art — 21
Hookedblog London Street Art — 19
Featuring work from C215, Malarky, Lucas, Pablo Delgado & ATG.
Hookedblog London Street Art — 18
Featuring work from Dscreet, C215, Lister & D*Face.
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.
One of our favourite things is travelling to new cities and discovering some of the lesser know parts of these destinations as we wonder t...
Madrid based artist Okuda San Miguel (Previously on Hookedblog) touched down in London earlier this week ahead of his new solo show at Ea...
Those of you who found yourselves wandering around the Brick Lane and Shoreditch neighbourhoods over the weekend may have noticed some v...
We stopped by Jealous East Gallery to catch up with Italian born London based artist Giacomo Bufarini aka Run (Previously on Hookedblog) ...
The latest issue of Independent London based art and culture magazine VNA Magazine has just dropped through our letter box. For this editi...