Street Art Paste-ups in Shoreditch, London
The first few months of 2017 continue to see a boom in street artists hitting East London with paste-ups. With Spring equinox just around the corner and our days slowing getting brighter we are starting to see more and more artists emerge from their studios after the winter months with buckets of glue and their posters be they hand painted, screen printed or digitally printed!
We have already been sharing some of the paste-ups we have been photographing in and around East London the last few months including the vibrant portrait pasteups by French street artist Manyoly, a striking new series of pasteups by London based Ant Carver, Street Artists Aida Wilde, Donk And Zombiesqueegee have also been super busy hit the Streets of London. We also shared the work of Chicago based street artist Don’t Fret (Previously on Hookedblog) who installed some large scale hand painted posters during his London visit in January.
Paste Ups in Shoreditch
For this post we wanted to feature a selection of some of the other street artists who works we have been capturing with our camera, you can of course see all the artists work mentioned above on the blog by clicking through to the various posts. Our regular readers will of course recognise some of the street artists featured in this collection as a number of them frequently appear on Hookedblog. Check out our selection of pasteups below which feature Manyoly, Ace London (Previously on Hookedblog), Vinnie Nylon, Veil, Donk, Tone, RxSkulls, C3, D7606, City Kitty, Reuben Danger and Minty.
One in a series of colourful hand painted portraits that went up on the streets over December with many of them still visible. The portraits are the work of French street artist Manyoly who is based out of Marseille and we recently featured her London series of street art pasteup work on Hookedblog- follow the link below.
A Hookedblog regular London based street artist ACE (Previously on Hookedblog) is ever present on the streets of east London adorning unloved doorways and back streets with his hand screen printed pasteups.
City Kitty & D7606
We not sure who created the striped top paste-up, should you know the street artists name pop it in the comments section before and we will update the post. The other piece in this photo is a collaborative paste-up between New York based City Kitty (Previously on Hookedblog) and UK street artist D7606 located on Erza Street just off East London's famous Columbian Road Flower Market.
Leeds-based street artist Tone recently visited London and installed a number of Black and white pasteups up around the neighbourhood.
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Unknown Artist ?
Unknown street artist, pasteup was photographed in the Star Yard car park, if you know who the artist is please let us know in the comments section below.
The work of Portland based street artist, Rx Skulls (ARREX), one of the many pieces the artist installed while in London for a pop-up show at Dalston Gallery Space BSMT.
Hand drawn paste ups from UK street artist C3 featuring one of her signature red headed female characters on Grimsby Street, London.
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Beautiful hand drawn pasteups by artist JDK
Eye-catching pasteups by Ant Carver in Brick Lane, London.
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