Back in March I found Blackall Street, a small street in London EC2 too narrow for cars but with lots of room for street art and murals.
below: “If there is light it will find you” C. Bukowski – a quote at the bottom of one of the drawings by @thunderc_nt aka Gabriela Chojnacki
below: By street artist Mask. This is only part of a piece that was a collaboration between Size92 and Mask. A complete picture of the mural can be seen online in London Calling blog. The project was supported by Global Street Art as part of their ongoing Walls Project.
below: Believe in Magic, or at least that’s what’s written on the paper used for this piece of street art. A page from Heavenly Recordings, illustrated by Hugh Cowling. I have no idea if this was just a scrap piece of paper that the artist had lying around, or if it has some significance.
below: It’s pointless, dirty mind
below: Half man, half wolf. I haven’t been able to decode the web address in the bottom right corner so I don’t have any more information on the artist at this time.
below: Aboriginal man, street art by Dale Grimshaw.
below: Close up of Donald Duck, his nephew and a superhero.
below: by Gary Alford
below: Three telephone booths as windows into something.
below: A mural by Giusi Tomasello, an Italian born artist now living in London.
below: The Humble Magnificent and Hala Gurl amongst other paste-ups including a mash-up of Marilyn Munroe meets Dali meets some Asian guy.
below: “If badgers could cull 70% of politicians, it may reduce ridiculous countryside policies but there’s no proof of that” Street art by clancy aka Clancy Philbrick. #clancyart