New Street Art by C215 and Paul 'Don' Smith

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Earlier this year, I published a write-up of work by Paris stencil-and-spray-paint street artist C215, who had come to London to add some more colour to the streets: Street Art: C215. I enjoyed seeing more of his work around Brick Lane as many of his earier pieces have since disappeared and been tagged over. In addition to the new piece that I already pictured, published in the previous link, I caught a couple of new pieces just off of Brick Lane. The piece is large in size and features a portrait of a woman with a large, vintage-style hat.


Near to this piece was a portrait of a smoking business man with a somewhat startled expression. I also discovered a new piece in Shoreditch on a postbox of two children on a swing. I believe that that piece was older, but I had only just come across it.


One of my favourite subjects from the artist also recently appeared in Shoreditch: cats. This cat portrait is a previous stencil that had been painted around, but most of these cats have disappeared now. I was happy to discover this new one.


Another stencil artist, Paul 'Don' Smith, has also been busy recently, and some of his work has not lasted too long without being tagged over. I managed to snap a photograph of this horse with the title "Getting Over" and a couple of pieces on Blackall Street, although I was unable to take a photograph of one before it was tagged over. Read an additional post with work by this artist: New Street Art from Don 'Paul' Smith, including pieces from Whitecross Street.




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