Our Friday stroll around Shoreditch saw us at Hookedblog run into London based Chilean stencil artist Otto Schade aka Osch. The artist was busy at work on a new large scale stencil piece across a series of panels located in The Old Truman Brewery in East London. The panels are among a number of spots within the Brewery's grounds that regularly feature ever changing works from a selection of artists. Previously this spot has seen work from Australian street artists Lister and Rone as well as illustrator Pete Fowler.
Schade's latest addition is an intricate stencil and paint piece featuring his signature twisting ribbon style. The new mural pictured here is one of a number of new works set to feature in the artists upcoming 'Hidden Messages' show due to open on the 20th March at the Hoxton Gallery space on Kingsland Road. The details for the show are below and the finished mural can be seen in The Old Truman Brewery.
Hoxton Gallery The Arch - 9 Kingsland Road - London - E2 8AA
Private view: Wednesday 20th March 6.30-10.00 pm (invitation only)
Opening Night: Thursday 21st March 6.30-10.00 pm with after party at "The Horse and Groom"
Gallery open daily 11am-7pm, 22nd till 31st March 2013