Final Dreph "You Are Enough" Mural

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This year, London-based street artist Dreph has been painting a series of portraits of women in a series named "You Are Enough". The common theme among the women is that they have given back to the community in some way (through the arts, medical, or other social causes), and they are all of African origin. The tenth and final in the series was finished on Hanbury Street off Brick Lane over the long weekend and features Shaney Blackman.


Shanely is a world traveller, but previous to that, she had a good job and lived a comfortable life as a Legal Secretary. A couple of years ago, she was saved up in order to quit her job in order to travel the world. Her motto is to sieze the opportunities. When she visits other places, she finds people to help so that she is able to give something back to the community in every location.


Previous posts with Dreph's work that feature on my blog are located below:

Dreph "You Are Enough" (Part 3)
'You Are Enough' (8th edition)

Dreph 'You Are Enough' (6th Edition)

Dreph Paints Holly Oluwo

New Street Art Portraits by Dreph
Street Art: Dreph

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