A few weeks ago, London-based street artist Otto Schade painted two new murals in his silhouette style. One is located off of Brick Lane, and the other is located off Shoreditch High Street. Although Oschade enjoys re-creating his stencil-based murals, both of these pieces are brand new. These murals always have a political or social theme.
The first mural features a scarecrow made of paper money with many hands reaching out at it. It is titled "The Believers". According to the artist's Instagram account, it is meant to symbolise those people who only believe in money. The second mural, pictured below, shows two cowboy-esque figures on horseback but with spears and shields in the foreground with two smoke towers in the distance. It is titled "WTF (Don Quijote)".
I've previously posted about Otto Schade's work in the following posts:
Otto Schade 'Peace and Love on the Streets'
Street Artist Otto Schade Paints Southampton 'Zany Zebra' for Charity (and other work)
Street Art Round-up: Spring & Summer 2015
Otto Schade's New Street Art (Meerkats, Portraits, & More) in East London
New Street Art from Horror Crew, Swoon, Otto Schade, HIN, and others
Street Art: Otto Schade