Street Art : Hookedblog's Most liked Instagram Photos from September 17

Hookedblog have has a busy September, the month saw us travel to Ireland, Belgium and Norway and this has been reflected in some of the street art images we have been sharing on our Hookedblog Instagram account.

In this ongoing street art gallery blog series we started this year, we have been sharing our most liked street art Instagram photographs from each month as selected by you are followers based on your likes and comments. 

Our September selection of photographs features works from artists Vermibus (Previously on Hookedblog), Dan Leo, Smug, Mr Super A and Banksy (Previously on Hookedblog).

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05 — Vermibus

Berlin based artist Vermibus was one of the invited artists taking part in the annual NuArt Festival in Stavanger, Norway. 

Alongside the indoor work for the festival, Vermibus hit the Stavanger streets installing a number of his works across the city, hacking into these advertising spaces, and swapping out the commercial posters with his artworks. 

The above were two of the posters that were discovered while exploring street art around the city.

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04 - Dan Leo

One of a number of works from the Irish street artist we photographed while we were in Waterford, Ireland for the third edition of the Waterford Walls Street Art Festival.

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03 - Mr Super A

While we were visiting Ghent in Belgium, we caught up with Dutch artist Mr.super_A at work on this impressive mural he has titled the ‘four horses of the apocalypse’. 

The mural was painted as part of the #SorryNotSorryGent festival.

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02 - Smug

A classic piece from Australian street artist Smug who is currently based in Glasgow. 

Having seen this work online many times we finally got to see the mural in person this month while we were visiting Waterford in Ireland for the Waterford Walls Street Art Festival.

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01 - Banksy

Our number one liked picture this month on our Hookedblog Instagram was of course one of the two new Banksy artworks that appeared on opposite walls in London beneath the Barbican Centre. 

The two artworks by Banksy were inspired by the current Jean-Michel Basquiat show Boom For Real also at the Barbican Centre appearing on the walls the week before the exhibition opened. We featured both new Banksy stencil works on the site along with some closeup photos and a video. 

Follow the link below to see out photographs.

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So that's it for this month's selection, let us know if you have a favorite photograph from our five selected images in the comments section below and if you are not already doing so be sure to head over and give us a follow on our Hookedblog Instagram account. 

And don’t forget to show us some love and hit those heart buttons on your favorite pictures and help shape October's selection at the end of the month. 

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