February was a month of unrelenting street art activity by street artists in Shoreditch, mainly wearing anoraks and wellington boots. Most months of the year, my friend HowAboutNo, the guy who has spent the best part of the past 10 years oscillating between wandering streets and alleys exploring street art with me and propping up a bar with me, and I throw together a pictorial review of the months street art with a few pithy words for description. in February, a month where the elements really tested the longevity of paper based art, with a sculptural slant. Here are just a small selection of the highlights, for the full recap it will be worth popping over to our private blog Graffoto
Love Piepenbrinck placed several new fancy dress piggies out on the streets and has teased us with a photo on Facebook caption “Most Hidden Piggy – almost impossible to even photograph”, which we haven’t seen hide nor hair of.
Without doubt one of the cleverest and most exciting things we have seen this month, perhaps this year, has been Borondo’s face by the canal on Hackney Wick, already drooled over on this blog here.
Dee One’s Heavenly Rejects has been a delightful presence on the Shoreditch streets for about a year, his work such as they devils painted on acorns is often easy to pass by. One of his most pleasing and most difficult to spot is this aquatic scene.
Full review of the month on Graffoto.
All photos NoLionsInEngland