Last week London was treated to a visit from Pittsburgh born, Miami based, Street Artist Kyle Holbrook, who laid some three works, with two around the East End and one in Camden Town. All three works are laid out in Kyle Holbrook’s distinctive purple, white and yellow colour scheme and painted entirely by brush.
The first work from Kyle Holbrook, laid out at a Paint Jam put on by Hidden Streets Of London in Paradise Row 2 weekends back. The scene painted by Kyle Holbrook is superb in choice, choosing to paint the Paint Jam around him.
Kyle Holbrook’s second London work, this time laid on in Camden Town with support from The Real Art of Street Art. On this occasion going with a piece inspired by the manufactured influences in people’s lives today.
Kyle Holbrook’s final addition to London’s streets, this time as part of a collaboration with Himbad on Sclater Street, Shoreditch. For this piece the duo laid out a superb piece, painting the very nature of the street itself, with the focus point being Himbad’s work in the piece being admired and photographed by the passing public. A scene that really encapsulates the Street Art scene in London.
The view of Sclater Street depicted in Kyle Holbrook’s work.
Depiction of works from Borondo & Malarky in Sclater Street.
The works from Borondo & Malarky featured in Kyle Holbrook’s work.
A little 3D addition from Kyle Holbrook.
Himbad’s work for the piece, spilling out on to the pavement.
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I spotted the person on the parking meter (Sclater St) and wondered what it mean’t and now I know. Cheers. Great attention to detail.
Glad I could be of help Tanya Nash and am glad you got some clarity on this lovely piece.