London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

In our ongoing Stick It Up series of posts, we continue to photograph and share the somewhat neglected street art and graffiti stickers that we find on our travels around London with a focus on Shoreditch in East London as this is where we are based.
Its been a number of months since we last shared a sticker art collection. We kickstarted the year with our eighth sticker post in the series: Stick it up: Shoreditch Street Art Stickers Edition 8 and this new edition is our first since the easing of the UK lockdown. 

Take a look below at the selection of Shoreditch street art stickers that caught our eye over the last month.

Stick it up: Shoreditch Street Art Stickers

The collection features sticker artwork from street artists D*Face, My Cute Creatures, Benjamin Rider aka Zombiesqueegee, RXskulls, Eddie Colla, Erika Ivanova, and a number of other artists whose names we are not 100% sure on their names.

All the stickers featured below were photographed in and around Shoreditch in East London. 

If any of our readers know who the unnamed works are by, be sure to let us know the street artist's names and we will update the post. Drop the artist names in the comments sections below or feel free to drop us an email.


Bristol Street Artist My Cute Creatures on Sclater Street, London

Bristol Street Artist My Cute Creatures

Bristol tattoo and street artist Flavia Verda has been working under the alias "My Cute Creatures" for her street art creations. 

Originally from Romania, the Bristol street artist is frequently visiting London and this is very evident on the streets of East London. 


Bristol Street Artist My Cute Creatures in London

The prolific sticker artists work can be seen all over Shoreditch and Brick Lane with her cute and vibrant series of street art stickers slapped on lampposts, walls, and doorways and as a result,  My Cute Creatures has appeared in some of our previously publish Stick It Up Shoreditch Street Art collections with her work featuring in Edition 7 and Edition 8 of our sticker series.

We have yet to see two of the same sticker design from the artist as each of the full-colour stickers shared here are all different.

Bristol Street Artist My Cute Creatures in London

Each of My Cute Creatures die-cut stickers is more elaborate than the next.


Bristol Street Artist My Cute Creatures in London

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

Unknown artist, we can't quite make out the name on this one.

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

Artist Benjamin Rider aka Zombiesqueegee

London based artist and illustrator Benjamin Rider aka Zombiesqueegee's work is regularly featured on the blog as the artist maintains a constant presence on the street of East London. 

From his multi-layered hand screen printed stickers to the larger scale wheat-pasted posters his works often printed in mind-bending neon colours never fail to catch our eye.


London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

These skull stickers can be seen across Shoreditch in various formats and are the work of Portland-based street artist RXskull.

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art featuring artist Dface

London Street Artist D*Face

Returning for this edition is London based artist D*Face who has been a regular fixture on the East London streets for well over a decade with his D-dog stickers adorning lampposts and every other street signs across London city. 

With his studio based in Shoreditch, it is no surprise the volume of his slick one colour vinyl die-cut stickers visible in the neighborhood.


London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art featuring artist D*face

Artist D*Face's D-dog sticker gets the Hello Kitty remix treatment in this pictured sticker on Brick Lane, London.

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art featuring artist Eddie Colla

US Street artist Eddie Colla

One of American street artist Eddie Colla's street stickers seen in Shoreditch, London. We have previously featured the street artists' larger street art paste-ups from one of his previous visits to London.

You can take a looks at the larger works in the post "Large scale London Street Art by artist Eddie Colla" when he hit up the streets of London and Paris back in 2017.

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

Black and white sticker work from Illustrator Erika Ivanova. 

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

A British political strategist and adviser to UK prime minister Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings is seen here in this illustration portrayed as one of the Garbage Pail Kids.

Originally released in the early 80’s the Garbage Pail Kids was a popular series of sticker trading cards designed to parody the Garbage Patch Kids dolls that were also hugely popular at that time.

This bootleg Garbage Pail Kids sticker is the work of street artist Crux. 

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

London Street Art - Shoreditch Sticker Art

Shoreditch Street Art Stickers Film

Alongside the collection of sticker art photographs we also captured some video clips and have compiled them together in this short London Street Art - Shoreditch Stickers film clip shared both here and over on our Hookedblog Youtube channel. 

We are a little late to the whole YouTube thing but will continue sharing our short video clips on that platform, so why not subscribe to our Hookedblog Youtube channel and see all the street art-related film clips first.



Where to find the best Brick Lane Street Art?

Visiting London and want to discover some of the best street art and graffiti?  Why not take a look at our free self guided Hookedblog Street Art Tour of Brick Lane.

It will guide you with locations and a Google map to the key street art hotspots in the neighborhood where you are guaranteed to see some new London street art alongside some of the long-running classic London murals. 

Where there is street art you will also find stickers plastered all over the nearby street furniture and lamposts and doorways.

More London Sticker Art

If you have missed out on any of Hookedblog's previous editions of the Stick It Up: Shoreditch Street Art Sticker series, we have included links below to some of the earlier editions for even more sticky street art goodness.

Stick it up: Shoreditch Street Art Stickers Edition 8



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