Last week in Bethnal Green the final work in the ‘Colour The Capital’ project was created by the very talented Street Artist Zadok, an excellent addition and conclusion to what has proven to be an impressive collection of nine large murals put up around East London in conjunction with the Forest Recycling Plant.
For the final piece in this project Zadok has painted the side wall on the Star Of Bethnal Green pub, and with the name of the pub in mind has created a piece depicting at it’s centre a star which is surrounded by a classical and traditional nautical frame, depicted in a fantastic realistic style, something very typical of Zadok’s works, which very much come to life in their own subtle way. The mural can be viewed in Rushmead, off of Bethnal Green Road.
This wall was created as part of the ‘Colour The Capital’ project from the Forest Recycling Project, who are set to brighten up run down community spaces with a series of nine Street Art murals around East London. This is the ninth and final large-scale mural in the project and we have caught and shared a few so far with the first work being created in Dalston by Pixel Pancho (covered here), the second pair of works In Bethnal Green with a collaboration by SPZero76, Captain Kris, Squirl, Tony Boy & The Real Dill (covered here) alongside a mural by Brazilian trio Bailon, Sliks & Cranio. The fourth wall created by Hunto in Walthamstow (covered here) and the sixth wall created by ATM(covered here), the seventh wall created by Louis Masai in Walthamstow (covered here), and the eighth wall created by Waleska Nomura in Shoreditch (covered here).