New Doodle Man Street Art In Shoreditch

Just over a week back London saw the return of Street Artist Sam Cox. aka The Doodle Man, who has created his third work from the last six or so weeks and certainly his best recent London work to date. Working, as his alter-ego suggests, in the medium of doodles, that is exactly what he has done again recently in Shoreditch, with a simple black on white scheme all fueled with a sense of innocence and fun. On this occasion The Doodle Man has set to rework the corridor along Great Eastern Street, creating a completely immersive experience for those stepping into his black and white world of whimsy. The work is quire lengthy, especially when considering how much is going on in this piece, leaving you the viewer unsure as where to rest your gaze and totally immersing the passer-by in the full Doodleman experience. This work was put up with support from Global Street Art as part of their ongoing Walls Project and can be found in  Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch.

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The Doodleman at work.

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The Doodleman at work.

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The Doodleman at work.

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The absorbing finished piece.

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8 comments on “New Doodle Man Street Art In Shoreditch

  1. I haven’t seen this one yet but it’s certainly on my list. I love the artist’s camouflage clothing which makes him almost disappear when he’s in front of his painting!

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