ROA & Phlegm in Peckham
These huge murals by ROA and Phlegm in Peckham were put up back in February this year and at the time weren't featured on Street Art London. However, given that these two pieces are arguably two of the finest examples of 'street art' to be found anywhere in London they deserve extra attention. The setting of these pieces is also a great - a secluded brick courtyard encloses you on all sides creating a feeling of isoloation despite their location in the bustling centre of Peckham. ROA…
Stik has been creating Stik people around London for over ten years and anyone who has wandered around Shoreditch recently will have been greated by Stik's supersize, bright street art adorning shop shutters and walls. Stik people initally began to appear in Hackney Wick and in recent years marched westward to Shoreditch and the rest of London. Stik people, although androgenous and constructed from simple shapes, are nevertheless capable of conveying complex body language and emotion. These…
Natural History Museum
#35 on explore and appeared on Front Page - thank you! It looked like a fisheye photo to me at first (because of the round arches on the ceiling i guess), but as you can see, the stairs are straight, so no fisheye ;) No HDR has been used, i just pushed the contrast and saturation up a bit. Iso 1800 handheld @ 1/15s
Remi Rough and Augustine Kofie in London
I was very excited to learn that Remi and Augustine were going to be painting a wall together in London whilst Kofie was in the UK taking part in a couple of exhibitions. Little did I realise that they would be painting a local pub on the high street of the neighborhood where I (and Remi) live. Said pub is the Bishop on Lordship Lane in East Dulwich, South East London and they spent two days in very changeable weather transforming the side of the building much to the surprise of the locals…
Old Stairwell to Waiting Room (later Billiard Hall) Peckham Rye Station.
Old Stairwell to Waiting Room (later Billiard Hall) Peckham Rye Station designed by Victorian Architect, Charles Henry Driver in 1865.