After my last street art walk in London, I felt that it was worth paying another visit to that area. So I went back to Brick Lane/ Hoxton and uncovered a few more art pieces. It was an enjoyable afternoon/ evening. Here are some of the pics that I took.
It will only take you a few minutes of your time to visit a few hidden and not-so-hidden pockets of London. Fancy visiting?
One of the aspects of street art is its dynamism. One day, you can see a dull wall, the next you can see a great graffiti which may even have been specially commissioned. This one gives this little square a bit more of interest.
This is on the trendy Hoxton area. The second set was taken where a bar used to be, a former favourite in the area I think.
Next to the second set above, we see another art piece by Roa! Remember the crane, the hedgehog and the squirrel?
By a Colombian artist near Hoxton Square:
Once in Brick Lane, some designs keep cropping up:
There are art pieces everywhere:
Variety is an aspect of street art:
Snobism in the arts is not new:
Some sculptures are quite new to me. These are hanging on walls in different places, some of them are more new than others:
Graffitis by Pez:
Back to the 80´s by Graffiti Life:
Some more graffitis:
Now, this is street art too!
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