Artists A - F

ALICE

ALICE

AliCe' (real name Alice Pasquini) painted this beautiful woman. Alice's women seem to inspire strong independence and deep souls. Picture taken in November 2013. Note that someone wrote, close to the signature … "who the f**k is Alice?" … I think the artwork already provide the answer. Today the portrait no longer exists Bacon Street (London) November 2013

ALICE

ALICE

I was delighted when, visiting Naples (Italy), I spotted this beautiful girl painted by Alice Pasquini. My favourite street artist Centro Storico (Naples) September 2014

ALICE

ALICE

Another one of Alice's girls. This time in Milan Porta Genova (Milan) July 2014

BANKSY

BANKSY

One of the few remaining works of the most famous street artist in the World. This can be found in the outdoor space of Cargo, a local club Rivington Street (London) 30 November 2016

Mr CENZ (in action)

Mr CENZ (in action)

Mr Cenz is a very experienced graffiti artist, active apparently since 1988. Here while painting a new work on the car park just off of Brick Lane Brick Lane (London) 14 November 2016

Mr CENZ (in action)

Mr CENZ (in action)

I randomly met during one of my lunch breaks. Painting this beautiful women behind me, here in the famous car park of Brick Lane. I later came during the night to take a picture of the result Brick Lane (London) November 2016

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr Cenz grow up in the graffiti culture. In this painting, you can recognize his lettering skills which today blends into his beautiful portraits Brick Lane (London) November 2016

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Watching his painting, it does not seem as wanting to give any particular social or political message. Beautiful women faces, with a futuristic twist. It’s aesthetic at its purest. For this reason, his art hasn’t reached my soul Fashion Street (London) 28 November 2016

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

Hanbury Street (London) November 2016

Mr CENZ

Mr CENZ

New Inn Broadway (London) 25 November 2016

CITYZEN KANE

CITYZEN KANE

Cityzen Kane (yep, similar name as the Orson Wells 1941 movie) or CZK put a few of his sculptures on the wall of East London. His spirit masks, bugs and other colourful creatures standing out in 3D amongst the rest of the spray paint and posters. This set of sculptures can be found just off Old Street on the way to Shoreditch, close to a ROA painting Somewhere near Great Eastern Street (London) May 2014

Paul DON SMITH

Paul DON SMITH

I discovered this portrait of Nelson Mandela by Paul Don Smith in Brick Lane the day after Mandela died on 5th December 2013. It does no longer exists Brick Lane (London) December 2013

Paul DON SMITH

Paul DON SMITH

PDS normally portraits famous characters. Here Frank Sinatra, Winston Churchill and Jimmi Hendrix if I'm correct Hanbury Street (London) November 2013

Paul DON SMITH

Paul DON SMITH

Charles Dickens and Queen Elizabeth portrayed by Paul Don Smith. Close to Truman Brewery Wilkes Street November 2013

DREPH + Carleen DE SOZER

DREPH + Carleen DE SOZER

Here we are in the small car park near the mosque of Brick Lane. The Malcom-X portrait on the left is done by famous artist Carleen De Sozer who is herself pictured on the right by Dreph Brick Lane (London) November 2016

DREPH

DREPH

Recent Dreph portrait in Shoreditch, near the pump street food market. According to the artist's website, his murals are technicolor tributes to living unsung heroes and heroines Shoreditch High Street (London) 30 November 2016

Pablo DELGADO

Pablo DELGADO

One of my favourites, I love so much Pablo's miniatures. It's always a pleasure to walk in Shoreditch and spot these small human figures Hanbury Street (London) November 2013

C215 (?)

C215 (?)

I'm not sure but form the style I think this is by French artist C215. He so good in painting emotions from next-door people. One of my favourite. This can be seen in Brick Lane. Brick Lane (London) December 2013

Ben EINE

Ben EINE

Other famous fonts. I think this will stay for a long time as there is a trendy restaurant or club in the building which without any doubts benefits from Ben Eine celebrity Ebor Street (London) December 2013

Ben EINE

Ben EINE

This is apparently one of oldest pieces of Ben Eine in Shoreditch. Apparently, he wrote "scary" because this was the feeling back in the days when he was painting on public walls. Fear of the police as well as of drunk people More recently he became one of most famous artists and people started showing up watching or taking pictures when he was at work in public places. I heard the story that, due to this, he wrote "boring" in one of his recent works Rivington Street 30 November 2016

Ben EINE

Ben EINE

The fonts scattered here can be read as “Sell the house, the kids, the wife, it’s bonus time”. It was painted in 2009 after the financial crisis Middlesex Street (London) November 2013

EL MAC

EL MAC

Beautiful fitting into the building. The style is similar to one I saw in London, by El Mac, an American Artist. I discovered more recently that the work is now gone Colonne di San Lorenzo (Milan) July 2014

EL MAC

EL MAC

Somewhere near Great Eastern Road (London) May 2014