Art: Street art captured in Shoreditch, part 1

When it comes to the world of art I find myself at a bit of a loss. It pains be a bit, to be quite frank, as I don’t like to be an ignoramus. Most of what is termed art just leaves me wondering though. The  photo-realistic oil paintings by the old masters are very impressive stuff, but other art, where there is no apparent skill, or craft involved leaves me feeling conned. So I don’t tend to visit galleries and the like, unless WellDressedGirlfriend shames me into going. I like engineering, tools, mantiques, vintage cars, as in real, proper stuff.

The actual art I like though is street art. The stuff you’ll see on walls around cities, if you pay attention and have a roving eye. Think Banksy, if you’re not getting it. While I love Banksy’s work, there is lots more out there, you just need to keep an eye out.

This Spring I spent a day wandering around the streets of Shoreditch, London, and took a lot of photos there. If you like street art, I recommend Shoreditch, there is a lot to see there. What follows is part 1 of a selection of the ones I liked best.

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1 Comment

  • michael9murray 08/09/2013 at 16:55

    Street art like this is really good. What I can’t do with is just the tagged stuff.

    Old Masters art is only 1/2 in the display, the rest is in the referencing. It’s worth taking the time and making the effort: adds meaning to life. Aare commodity.


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