What Happens When a Toad, Snake and Bird get together
Located just off East London's Brick Lane this small car parking space know as the Star Yard has in recent years been a popular spot with London street artists painting along the walls of the space. The quality and turnover of work in this space varies hugely throughout the year, but things have been rather slow at the space over the summer months with not a lot of new work going up.
So when we spotted that the Horrow Crew were at work on a new wall at the Star Yard we headed over to catch this collaborative mural featuring The Horror Crew along with crew member Fanakapan (Previously on Hookedblog) and Canadian street artist Birdo aka Jerry Rugg. Bringing some wildlife to the walls of East London, the three artists redecorated this corner of the Star Yard with a Toad, Bird and Cobra Snake. Unfortunately the artists had finished work on the wall by the time we got over to the space but have a look at our photographs of the impressive wall from the three artists below.
Follow our Hookedblog Pinterest Boards for even more Street Art.
Fanakapan and The Horror Crew are joined by Canadian artist Birdo aka Jerry Rugg on this corner wall in the Star Yard.
Close up photograph of some of the details in the Horror Crew bird.
Fanakapan's chrome Toad soaking up some sunshine.
Fanakapan on Instagram — @Fanakapan
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...
Over the last year the East London neighbourhood of Walthamstow has become a regular destination for us as a result of the work of local ...
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...