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Heavens Rejects Free Art Not Rejected

Finding Free Art is a frequent occurrence on the Shoreditch Street Art Tour and today we came across a lovely plate by Heavens Rejects with a hand painted demonic worm asking the open ended question “Why Not?”.

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Heavens Rejects Free Art, 27 Feb 2016

Why not indeed thought birthday girl Ellie as she pounced on Heavens Reject’s gift to the fans of street art.

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Ellie does not reject the Free Art

Ellie was celebrating a very very special event, it is her 21st birthday today, congratulations Ellie. Her celebration with family and friends included a tour with the Shoreditch Street Art Tour and is if that wasn’t enough excitement, a special day became truly great when she became the proud and lucky owner of Heavens Reject’s Free Art gift.

In case you weren’t aware, Free Art is art left on the streets by street artists which they intend some lucky person to take home with them.

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“Enjoy Heavens Rejects”

Heavens Reject had evidently been busy, we located several stickers and at least two kinetic spring mounted pieces of art all added to the streets since yesterday afternoon.

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Feb 2106 (aka last night!)

Heavenly rejects has been placing interesting one of pieces of art around Shoreditch for quite a while, although I couldn’t photograph all of them (I was guiding guests on a street art tour after all!), here is a small selection of art pieces with his trademark devil character created in the past by Heavens Rejects.

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Heavens Rejects/D7606 Collaboration

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Just over two years ago a Heavens Rejects Free Art piece was found on the tour the tour by Jonathon:

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Jonathan with Heavens Rejects Free Art, August 2014

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All photos: Dave Stuart aka NoLionsInEngland

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Shoreditch Street Art February Highlights

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.

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LovePiepenbrinck

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.

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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.

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Dee One

Full review of the month on Graffoto.

All photos NoLionsInEngland

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Guests Sightings – New Street Art Spotted On Shoreditch Walks

One of the bonus delights of a Shoreditch Street Art Tour occurs when a guest points out a new piece of street art.  Two artists who provided several new visual delights over the past few days have been Lovepiepenbrink and Dee One.

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On Friday both SC and MM spotted fresh piggies by Lovepiepenbrink, though one of them was fresh just to me as Lovepiepenbrink’s photo stream suggests the Ronald McDonald “Horse is the new beef” piggy has up on the wall since at least February 2013.  Then on Monday the extraordinarily sharp eyes of Chloe and Dean accounted for three piggys by Lovepiepenbrink, 3 acorns by Dee One, a vintage Isaac Cordal (I believe) concrete figure and a Kinsha portrait, all of which I hadn’t seen before.

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Kinsha

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Isaac Cordal

Today’s tour also stumbled upon two new Art Is Trash street installations.

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Art Is Trash

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Art Is Trash

I mustn’t forget that a couple of months ago the  first time I saw one of Ben Wilson’s chewing gum street art was when guest Laura found one at her feet.  What a joy to have such observant people on Shoreditch Street Art Tours walks.

Shoreditch London Street Art by Dee One

Yesterday a guest on the Shoreditch Street Art Tour found a demonic looking acorn destined to grow into a Heavens Reject.  Artist Dee One has decorated this little acorn and placed it high on a rough bit of Shoreditch brickwork, it looks like the closest anyone has come to challenging 616’s painted pistachio shells.