Otto Schade: Elephutterfly

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At the end of last year, street artist Otto Schade painted a wall on Hanbury Street off Brick Lane. The artwork is painted on a wooden wall inside a courtyard just off Brick Lane. Originally born in Chile, Otto Schade now lives in London and is one of London's busiest street artists. He has two main styles of work. One of these is an orb of bright orange or purple with a silhouette showing a social message. The other style of his work are portraits and other subjects that are created using his ribbon effect. His latest work is a new style of its own. It is titled "Elephutterfly", which appears to be a large Monarch butterfly at first glance. However, when looking closer, the butterfly's wings are the side profiles and trunks of elephants.



Additonal posts on this blog with Otto Schade's work are:

Peace and Love on the Streets
Zany Zebras and Street Art in Southampton
Winter 2015 - 2016 Street Art Round-up
New Street Art (Portraits, Meercats and More)
Spring and Summer 2015
Bristol Upfest 2015
Summer 2014 Street Art
Early Spring 2014 Street Art Round-up
Horror Crew, Otto Schade, HIN and others
Street Art: Otto Schade

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