In which I find an Osch and a Stik, also One / 212

I have just come across a different style of Osch in Shoreditch, I think I saw a similar one on Debbie’s site 

..and a Stik I hadn’t previously seen…what fun! And in the image below, two pieces of street art appear to be keenly observing a passer-by:

all in all, yesterday’s outing with plenty of Street Art and a good cup of coffee at Fix126 had me happy…and I collected a few blue squares for July too!

 

 

 

 

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17 comments

  1. Sounds like a great day. You’ll have to show me some of your findings on our next walk.
    Yes, I’ve seen a few of Osch’s “ribbon art”, but always in bright colours. This monotone makes very different Osch. I like it!
    And I know that Mr Stik – I always loved this street for its art, especially as I used to have frequent meetings with a media company just opposite the Stik. The building to the right used to have great murals, but it changed ownership / use and it all seemed to die down.

  2. That was a worthwhile trip, Sue. 🙂
    Shoreditch is such fertile ground.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Just love this street art. So witty.

  4. Two terms I didn’t know before and now I do, thanks! Also, did you see any of the kids in Bash Street, like Danny or Plug? 😁

  5. Excellent day out, Sue 🙂 🙂

  6. Love these quirky artworks. 😃

  7. Never heard of either one, but I love the art.

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