Return to Brick Lane, more Street art (2)

Yesterday it was the turn of the monochrome art, today it’s colour, mostly vibrant colour! and there is an amazing diversity to what you can find here. I loved the 1950s girl doing her cleaning, the jazz ensemble…. some stuff has  a rather more disturbing feel.

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21 comments

  1. I think the skeletal hand is a great idea, I’d love to see them all for real.

  2. Very nice, Sue. The cleaning lady is a classic, and I’m a fan of the orange Schade pieces, though I haven’t seen the windmill one. And I like the yellow musicians too. Thanks for bringing us such a great selection

    • Sue

      Schade, is it? I have images of some of the earlier ones, definite statements on the arms race…. I loved the musicians, but couldn’t take it from the correct angle as there was a car parked close up

  3. You don’t need to spend ten pounds for the privilege of viewing an exhibition indoors when there is all this art available for free.

  4. There’s some stunning work here, isn’t there. Witty too.

  5. The are some limits to your power, I note. Doesn’t extend to car removal! However that hardly stopped you. Thanks for introducing me to Schade – such innocence at first glance.

  6. Some nicely-done street art indeed. Having lived in and around that sort of thing for so many years I do agree that sometimes it just becomes too much, no matter how impressive. They will often be over-painted with tags, or have fly-posters obscuring the work too.
    I have a feeling that many of those who admire this in passing would be mortified to return home to a nice house in the suburbs, and find it covering their walls.
    Still, compared to the mostly drab surroundings, it does cheer things up.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  7. Amazing the talent that exists, outside the conventional world of art. I think it is a good idea to have dedicated lanes or areas where this can be done freely.

  8. Less cleaning, yes! A fine collection, Sue 🙂

  9. wonderful graffiti again, Sue, regards Mitza

  10. Yes, they’re good 🙂

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