Dale Grimshaw Paints Hanbury Street Ahead of "Pride and Prejudice" Exhibit

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This week, we were treated to a new and striking street art mural on Hanbury Street by Dale Grimshaw. Dale Grimshaw had previously painted (in collaboration with Mark Hat) this same wall a years ago with the same humanitarian cause and a similar portrait. More recently, he has also painted the Village Underground wall. This humanitarian cause is to help the people of Papua New Guinea. (I originally covered Dale Grimshaw's earlier work in my blog post here.)


The mural is created because Dale Grimshaw has a new exhibition at Well Hung Gallery called 'Pride and Prejudice'.


This is a colourful work with the subject painted in bright red and yellow body and face paint and colourful jewelery. The background is painted in black with gold pattern, which makes the subject the highlight. It can be found at the corner of Brick Lane and Hanbury Street.

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