Return to Brick Lane…and some familiar faces

A while since I have been to Brick Lane, a place where the London street art is ever changing. I was interested to come across some faces that remain-

First, this little Stik couple, who I originally came across in 2014, nearly 5 years ago:

Stik and Sprite

….then I saw them again late 2017, I think, and they had been heavily ‘tagged’ and I was sad. But they’ve been cleaned up now, just looking a little ‘tired’.

Next up was this girl (but her very elegant and beautifully painted neighbour had disappeared):

….and finally these bright faces are still around:

So it was an interesting amble, and some new faces to show in a later post! Plus some political messages.

 

 

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16 comments

  1. Always love finding street art Sue. I remember the stick figures from a previous post, they are quite memorable

  2. Fertile ground around there for your photos, Sue. I love the keyhole in the girl’s head! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Very fertile ground, Pete! I want to be there now, but I have to stay in as my front door was painted this morning and I can’ shut it for a good few hours…GRRR It’s such a lovely day!

  3. Nice one Sue, did you go by train, how long does it take?

  4. Love street art, and these are great. All different.

  5. oh these are glorious. Love them. Thank you so so much for bringing them to my attention xx

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