One street artist who was very active in the London street art scene last year is Mr. Cenz, and I previously covered this artist's work here. The newest mural by the artist was painted in Soho last autumn, and managed to photograph it last month. The work features the portrait of a woman in the artist's trademark grafitti-style with the use of abstract angles and bright colours. The green woman appears with blue sky in the background and covers quite a large wall.
In addition, I have used this post to show other photographs of Mr. Cenz's work to have appeared over the past year that I've not yet posted. The murals below appear were on the same wall on Curtain Road and replaced with a fresh piece (the top image).
Off Brick Lane, the artist painted this beautiful green and purple lady with whimsical angles and shapes.
My favourite piece is one on a building near Shoreditch High Street Station that the artist refreshes now and again. The green portrait has an almost-cyborg resemblance with the woman's eye. This is a stunning work.
Another road off of Brick Lane also has a wall where the artist refreshes his work.
I also discovered an early mural near Bethnal Green station.
The artist has also painted on scaffolding a lot last year, and I managed to capture the two images below before they were painted over.
I will be posting more work by Mr. Cenz when I find them on the streets of London.