I’ve had these pictures sitting in my Dropbox for months, but the street art is still there, and can be found on Cheshire Street just off Brick Lane, so thought it’s about time I pulled finger and gave these skulls a mention.
Dscreet does loads of street art in and around London – I mostly see his work in East London around Brick Lane, Shoreditch, Hoxton etc and really like hist style – he likes owls and skulls so we had so much in common already
Check out his interview here on Street Art London and like his Facebook page here.
These brightly coloured skulls have been created by Steve Locatelli. I love seeing skulls used in street art and I’ve spotted quite a few in London but the problem is sometimes it’s hard to credit the artist/creator correctly, especially if the tag has faded or the artist is new.
Have you got any cool pictures of skull street art? Send them in and remember to tell us who did them.
If you’ve ever been to London, and in particular Brick Lane, then you will know that this area is covered in street art, graffiti, stickers, stencils and art installations. I work in the area and spotted this skull sticker on Hanbury Street, E1, while on my way to lunch.
I looked like one of the Instagram-happy-tourists trying to get a snap of this colourful skull sticker. Unfortunately I cannot credit the artist or designer as I have no idea who made it. If you know who it is, leave a comment below.
This skull street art is by French artist Ludo. The title of the piece is Green Brigade which refers to the team of Skateboarders – the Bone Brigade. This skull-inspired street art can be found in Paris.