'Triple Goddess' London Mural by Kid Acne for Jealous Gallery's Rooftop Mural Project
Sheffield based street artist Kid Acne (Previously on Hookedblog) was down in London last week on a flying visit to the city. While he was in town Kid Acne managed to fit a wall in on this visit hooking up with Jealous Gallery in East London to take part in their ongoing #jealousrooftopmuralproject.
The Jealous gallery have been inviting artists on a regular basis onto the roof of the Jealous building to paint a mural. As well as giving established artists the chance to continue their practice, Jealous Gallery have also been inviting younger artists giving them the oppertunity to gain recognition and experiment with this rooftop canvas. We were lucky enough to to be granted access to the gallery's roof to capture some images to share with you our readers here of the latest mural featuring the artwork of Kid Acne. And before you ask the Jealous gallery roof is currently not open to the public, but if you ask them nicely you might be lucky!
The latest mural from Kid Acne titled 'Triple Goddess' features his iconic stabby women warrior characters that regularly feature in Kid Acne's illustration and street works. On this occasion we see three of them, the Triple Goddesses high above the city on lookout following their recent Australian adventure, keeping a watchful eye on the changing Shoreditch skyline.
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) ...
It's been several months since we last saw something new on the East London streets from artist Shok-1. The artist’s work has been po...