It would appear the whole blogsphere is taking about the new Banksy streets works in Bristol, Liverpool and London. As some of them have been removed/buffed/ defaced already and they have been posted on just about every other blog, we thought we would post some of the other works that have been appearing on the streets of London over the last few weeks or so. We have already featured many of the wonderful new paste-ups, Brooklyn artist Swoon put up around East London last week. This one is located just off Hackney Road near the farm on Ion Square. RUN gets all starry eyed on Hackney Road, at the old tennis courts with paste-ups by Mustafa Hulusi. One of the many pieces Baltimore based artist Gaia paste-up while in town, this piece is located on the old Foundry building near Old Street. Lots of these waffle Invader stickers have been popping up around East London, still no sightings yet of any actual new Invader street pieces out East. It would appear that a number of the Brixton ones we photographedlast week have been removed/stolen already! Mexican artist Pablo Delgado continues to populate the streets with his miniature street scenes. It would appear there has been huge demand for the artists work and he has recently released an edition with NellyDuff.
This also looks like it might be by Pablo but we are not 100%
The two pieces above by Rowdy and Horror of Burning Candy are not strictly new but we managed to close enough to grab these pictures without having to hang over a bridge!
If you still want more streetart, take a look at some of our previous posts:
Hookedblog London Street Art — 24
Featuring work from A.ce, Malarky, Dom, Pablo Delgado & Michael DeFeo.
Hookedblog London Street Art — 23
Featuring work from Malarky, Stik, Haculla, Lister, EMA.
Hookedblog London Street Art — 22
Featuring work from Banksy, Dale Grimshaw, Mr.Penfold, Ronzo & D*Face.
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