Turn the corner from Brick Lane onto Hanbury street where one wall recently came to life with the giant image of mother and child and right next to that, you’ll find that Stik has been round there creating some new Stik people.
Just above Stik’s pieces, a massive crane adorns the side wall next to an empty lot. This is ROA’s biggest piece yet and took eight hours to complete. One of the most talented artist’s to hit the city’s streets, ROA’s animals come to life with texture and detail. Definitely one of my favourites. He lives in Ghent, Belgium, but quite a bit of his work can be seen in New York, Paris, and of course, London.
Here’s a snapshot I took this weekend:
If you’re up for a walk over the (hopefully) sunny weekend, here’s a map from Pure Evil to help you track down some more of ROA’s London pieces. If that sounds like too much work, nip in to Pure Evil Gallery to catch his awesome solo show before it ends on Sunday.
Pure Evil Gallery
108 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4XS