Last week in Camden town, the incredible Street Artist Dale Grimshaw spent several days at work on his latest London mural. This large-scale and tucked away work is fantastic, a real delight to gaze upon, featuring Dale Grimshaw’s signature subject style, maintaining a preference for strongly tribal subjects. In this case depicting a Scottish warrior from the middle-ages, and accompanied by a classical Ancient Greek style Lion statue bursting on to the scene alongside the warrior. The detail in both subjects is stunning, the works are fused with that air-brushed effect that makes for such exquisite images, enthused with a sense of passion and depth that is fundamentally Dale Grimshaw.
5 comments on “New Dale Grimshaw Street Art In Camden Town”
Really worth tracking down as not on your every day find in passing!!! So pleased you posted this as I got to meet Dale himself painting a new piece just off Chalk Farm Road before I found the one above!
Where is this one Mitch? I couldn’t find it today. Is the other one on a corner by the bridge? That one I did spot. Hadn’t realised it was so fresh!
You will find it in Ferdinand Street !! Not easy to find first time…. Good Luck and don’t get run over by a fork lift truck!!!
Thanks! I’ll try not to.
Lucky you Mitch, and thanks for heads up this was the first we heard of the second Dale Grimshaw piece and headed straight along the day you posted for some progress pics.