London Street Art paste-up by artist Dscreet, on Brick Lane, London. Photo ©Hookedblog

Hookedblog posted some London street artworks earlier today on the blog which we photographed on Saturday and if you needed further proof that things were picking up on East London's streets. 

New London Street Art

Hookedblog has just returned from another walk around the neighborhood and photographed this second additional collection of London street art images just this afternoon. 

The new artworks pictured here either went up on the walls late Saturday/Sunday night!!

The post features a selection of the new  London street artwork from the London-based Burning Candy crew member Dscreet, Sheffield-based street artist EMA, also what looks like the work of WK Interact from New York, and a large paste-up from Paris-based street artist Monsieur Qui.

Take a look at the collection of street art images below.

EMA / Burning Candy, London Street Art Pasteups, London. Photo ©Hookedblog

Screen printed London paste-up of the recently released Burning Candy print edition that was made available to purchase - also is the photo is the street artwork poster work of Sheffield based French street artist EMA.

London Street Art WK Interact

We are not 100% sure on who the artist is on this large-scale paste-up pictured above pasted onto a wall on Sclater Street in East London. 

We suspect it might be the street art handwork of New York-based French street artist WK Interact, an artist who specializes in black and white paste-ups of this scale and the piece pictured is very much in the style of street work the artist creates.

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Monsieur Qui, London Street Art Paste-ups, Sclater Street, London. Photo ©Hookedblog

Large scale black and white London paste-ups by Paris-based street artist Monsieur Qui pasted up on the corner of Sclater Street / Bethnal Green in East London.

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