Posts Tagged ‘london street art’
London is very famous for street art and it’s easy to find out artwork from foreigners in the areas of Shoreditch and Brick Lane.
We’re just back from London where we went street art hunting in the area of Shoreditch, very famous and arty district – East London.
Nick Walker is a street artist from Bristol who is involved in the art scene for 20 years. He is working with a lot of humour, specialized with iconic figures with a twist and especially one I like: the Mona Simpson. In this particular piece, he painted a mirror image of the piece which was exhibited at Mathgoth gallery untill the 21st of April, 2012 (in Paris 9) for the group exhibition: Fifty Fifty.
Randomly walking in Paris this morning when we saw an artist painting on a wall in the 11th district. Ben Slow was in action on a wall, painting a portrait of Chirac, ex-President of France.
Very Nearly Almost (VNA Magazine) is a UK magazine that documents the street art and graffiti scene since 2006.
Each issue presents street art articles about different places in the world, and interviews with artists.
VNA issue 15 presents great artists such as Shepard Fairey, Burning Candy, Logan Hicks, Nychos and Elph, talks about the event at MOCA in Los Angeles and there are street art photos from Berlin, London (including one of Psychonautes) and LA.