On Saturday in Old Oak Lane, Willesden, a Paint Jam took place consisting of a good range of Street Artists and Graffiti Writers showcasing their talents on the hoarding of the areas newest development, The Collective Old Oak. We were unfortunately unable to attend what appears to of been a great event, but have been by to witness the end result of it all, with blue and green appears to have being the motif and colour scheme of the day, adopted by most artists involved.
Superb work from Annatomix, always a treat to have her visit London, and on this occasion with a lovely colour scheme to match her geometric wonders.
Work from Kaes, featuring a rather differant styling and colour palette to his recent works.
The second collaboration in the last couple of weeks in London from Vibes & Odisy, as with the previous piece it very much incorporates elements from both artists main styles and blends seamlessly.
Work from Ricky Dep.
‘Animal Graff’ from Aero, on this occasion featuring a delightful Sloth and Parrot.
Work from Ink Fetish.
Stunning work from Mr Cenz.
Work from Tizer.
Superb work as always from the Lost Souls Crew, on this occasion minus Captain Kris.
Lovely concentration of work from SPZero76, Squirl & Si Mitchell to tie the piece together.
Detail of Squirl’s main contribution to the Lost Souls piece.
Detail of SPZero76’s main contribution to the Lost Souls piece.
Detail of Si Mitchell’s main contribution to the Lost Souls piece.
The first of Hmmm Bates distinct characters.
The second of Hmmm Bates trademark characters.
Great and haunting work from Tommy Fiendish canal side.