This has been a busy summer and autumn for street art, and I have been posting as much as I can in relation to street art. For the new pieces I have discovered over the summer, I decided to create one entry as it is difficult to keep up with the amount of work seen each week. Several times a week, I often see new pieces that have been put up. Once I catch up, then perhaps I will be able to showcase a selection of new work much more quickly. Below are a few selections from this summer and autumn, and many of these are street artists that I have previously features who have added new work.
I enjoy seeing the artwork by Fan Horror Crew (Street Art: Fan Horror Crew). I love the characters made from Liquorice All-Sorts and balloons. These popped up recently on the same wall, but they did not last long with other street artists putting tags and paste-ups over the top of them.
Fan Horror Crew and Sell Out
HIN (Street Art: HIN) created a few new creations recently as well. I particularly enjoyed seeing the world's political leaders enjoying gymnastics in front of a crowd at Old Street. His work is always funny.
HIN's politicians gymnastics
HIN's feeding the cat time
Otto Schade (Street Art: Otto Schade) recently created some new pieces, and other ones appeared over the spring and summer this year. I discovered that some pieces that were not painted in the usual ribbon style were also marked with the artist's name.
A lady smokes near Old Street
Eyes in the wall of a car park on Hackney Road
A painting and close-up near a gallery that sells the artist's work on Brick Lane
O.Schades's tribute to the Curtain Theatre, which Shakespeare performed in.
Swoon (Swoon's Street Art in London) also recently added some new work in east London.
I discovered this red man made out of tape this summer.
Red tape man
Jonesy (Street Art: Jonesy) added a few new pieces, and I particularly appreciate the brass symbols. This artist is always adding new paste-ups with drawings of birds around Brick Lane.
Nhobi is a street artist from Brazil, and he painted a few walls in London this autumn. I got some photos of the work before it was painted over; some of the pieces did not last very long until they were tagged over. (For more of the artist's work, check out his website here: http://binhograffiti.com/en/creations/street-art)
Nhobi - the middle picture contains work by Inkfish and Captain Kris
Street artist JimmyC (Street Art: JimmyC) returned to the walls this summer with a selection of artwork.
Selection of JimmyC's new work and the bottom also contains ALO
Nathan Bowen (Street Art: Nathan Bowen) recently added some new artwork on Sclater Street with Skeleton Cardboard.
Nathan Bowen and Skeleton Cardboard
Bailon (Street Art: Akse, Vhils, Bailon, Sliks, Grud, Drypnz, and Vinz) recently added a new piece on Brick Lane.
Street artist La Peregrina painted this artwork, and HIN added a blue figure to it, which is now missing its head. I took this photograph this spring; I discovered it on my walk around east London. I do not know anything about the artist and cannot seem to find much about him/her.
Broken Fingaz (Street Art: Broken Fingaz Crew) recently added this new work on Hackney Road. They have been busy painting in London this summer, and you can see some more of their work from this summer in the link above.
Eoin painted this portrait early this summer. The artist primarily paints parts of faces with eyes. For more information and work from this artist, see his website here: http://artbyeoin.com
Shok-1 (Street Art: Shok-1) recently painted this raimbow tail bone on Great Eastern Street a few weeks after their last series of rainbow X-ray art disappeared.
Shok-1 and Thierry Noir
The artwork by artist DFace appeared in the summer, but it was immediately tagged over.
ThirdEye painted this building below. The building is now painted with new artwork every month or so.
The same building has been painted black, white and red recently. I'm not sure who the artist is.
Art by Shok-1, Thierry Noir, Ronzo and unknown
I saw this bus off of Rivington being painted in bright colours. I'm not sure of the artist, but these colours were recently used this spring for the Dulwich House (Open Day at the Street Art House, Dulwich Arts Festival: Part 2) by street artist Malarky (Street Art: Malarky, Mr. Penfold, Billy and Lucas).
A colourful bus
I also discovered this unknown (possibly by Pablo Delgado) red door off of Brick Lane, inside a hole in the bricks at the ground level. Little painted bats appeared to be flying out of it. It inspired me. Always look up and down to see what surprises can be found.
A red doorway
Hayze painted this red and blue picture on a wall this summer. Actually, I have seen a lot of his/her work over the summer. This is just one piece.
I've added a selection of other artwork below.
Various work - I. Crow, Authentic, ImanOne and others
Thierry Noir (left) and Unknown
Unknown and Kid Acne
ChinaGirl - CCTV camera street art
Birdseed and Dscreet and unknown
Unknown (located in a closed car park)
Assassins and Vinnie
Unknown, possibly Ben Murphy