Brick Lane Street Art in London, England.
I saw a lot of Brick Lane Street Art when I when I was traveling in London, England. A lot of street art. I mean, when in Shoreditch and walking around the Brick Lane area it’s pretty hard to miss all of the walls full of colorful artwork.
Some, I was introduced to on the Eating London food tour I took in the area. Others I saw by just, well, wandering.
Some of the Brick Lane London street art is from pretty famous artists: 8-bit characters from Invader, a pink car from Banksy, D*Face’s car crushed by a winged bomb, and Ben Eine’s bright lettering.
Other “art” is just straight up graffiti.
One of the most iconic pieces of Brick Lane art is on Princelet Street: the artist Stik’s rendering of a “A couple holding hands in the street.” It shows two stick (or “Stik”) figures, one shrouded in black, in front of a bright red doorway.
Photos of Brick Lane Street Art in London:
Balance The Bomb by Otto Schade
A Heart Painted on a Door by Shok-1 on Fournier Street
“Fight the rich, not their wars.” Mickey Mouse with a gas mask and gun by MAZE
“A couple holding hands in the street” by Stik
“Art is Trash.”
Banksy’s pink car and D*Face’s Car crushed by a winged bomb.
Brick Lane mural by Cranio.
A work in progress.
“WARNING: You are now entering a street art zone. If you have not paid your viewing fee please close your eyes.”
“CAUTION: Slippery Life”
Alex Face and Bon Pedley Street art in Brick Lane.
Bart Simpson Brick Lane graffiti.
Alex Face and Bon Pedley.
Woman in a head scarf by Guy Denning on Hanbury Street.