French street artist Ador paints a new mural on Pedley Street, London
The ever changing wall of Kinkao located on Pedley Street just off Brick Lane got a fresh new lick of paint last week while we were out of town in Marrakech. The latest mural at this location features the work of French street artist Ador whose fresh style is instantly recognisable, his work often featuring one of his signature childlike characters and nearly always full of humor and wit.
Originally from Nantes in France, the artist was in London working with urban online art store GraffitiStreet on a new hand finished print edition titled 'A Lost Kid', which they released on the 2nd March via their website. A number of the Ador print editions are still available from GraffitiStreet, you can check out the short film they produced of the print in production below.
A behind the scene footage reduced by GraffitiStreet of how Ador's screen print 'A Lost Kid' was hand-pulled and handfinished!
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