Cranio's Indigenous Blue Men revisit Brick Lane
Brazilian street artist Cranio has been in London the last two weeks following his solo exhibition 'Amores' at Montana Gallery in Barcelona, Spain. Hookedblog have already featured one of the artists new works painted on Brick Lane shortly after he arrived in London (covered here).
This week saw Cranio return to the Brick Lane area to begin work on a wall on Pedley Street located opposite the artists other London piece. This popular wall has featured the works of many talented artists over the years and is one that Cranio has previous painted back in October of 2012 (covered here). The rain and wind from earlier in the week slowed down work considerable on this piece which Cranio finally finished late yesterday evening. With the artist due to be in town for a few more weeks, we expect we will be seeing more of Carnio’s distinctive Indians around London.
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