Most of Braithwaite Street is under railway tracks next to Shoreditch High Street station on the London Overground. The south end of the street used to be called Wheler Street and appears as such on google maps. Photos taken September 2016.
below: Mssd Connctn, To the one who could have been everything, sorry I swiped left.
below: More of the detailed grasshopper pasteups (previously seen on Grimsby Street) and an old paper pasteup of a Chanel No. 5 perfume bottle…. this one full of skulls. The perfume bottle is the work of endless.
below: Above the grasshoppers is a headless flying horse or pony. The star on its backside suggests that it’s from My Little Pony.
below: Portrait of a street artist with spray can, respirator, tattoos, and bling, by Cloakwork.
below: Graffiti under the bridge.
below: A jumble of facial features.
below: A collection of little graffiti pieces high on a brick wall.
below: Another chanel perfume bottle by endless, this time Marymee and eau de streetart. The cat playing card has some tiny words written on the bottom including, @hellothemushroom. A google search reveals this to be the work of Sara Doucette.
below: A painting by Nathan Bowen.
below: A few pasteups including one that resembles Lt. Vincent although it’s a little bearded guy in a snail shell being pulled by a large red cat.
below: Pink, fuzzy and spread eagle on a wall – a large teddy bear.
below: Rapid. Mask and goggles. Street art by Someart
below: Shoot the Bank with photos added above and “Not Art” sprayed below.
below: ‘Stranger Things’ from the Netflix series.
below: Construction hoardings on Braithwaite immediately south of the tracks around what used to be a car park.
below: Continuation of the hoardings… the red brick building is Bedford House, at the corner of Quaker and Braithwaite streets.
below: Another Nathan Bowen work, this time beside a strange drawing by Clancy.
ANDROID SWARM street art animation by Dr Cream https://youtu.be/9fPAwqqddeo
Thanks for the link! If you don’t mind, I’ll add the link in the next blog post that I write that has some of the Lt Vincent graffiti in it. OK?
That would be really wonderful, please do!