Over the last couple of weeks since the opening of his first solo show at BSMT Space (covered here) Street Artist Fanakapan has been involved in a whirlwind of activity putting up some five works around East London. Most notable is the manner in which having put on an exhibition which showcased the style that Fanakapan has been honing over the last year or so, in his freshest works he has again pushed the boundaries of his inflated creations, adding much more surrounding colours to accompany his predominantly monochrome based designs.
Fanakapan at work.
Work in Dalston, put up with support from BSMT Space.
Work in Rivington, Shoreditch, featuring a reworking of his ‘Horseman of The Apocalypse’ designs. This work was put up with support from Mikey Dread.
Work on the roof of the Queen Of Hoxton bar in Shoreditch.
Fanakapan at work in the Nomadic Community Gardens.
The finished work, telling like it is, with ‘Fan’ crafted from reworked ‘7’s’.
Fanakapan at work on his part of a collaboration with Bristol Graffiti Writier Voyder.
Chrome on chrome, the finished work with Voyder in Star Yard, Brick Lane.
4 comments on “New Fanakapan Street Art In London”
These really are amazing. I really hope he will be at Upfest this year. Fingers crossed.
Well said Scooj, we think you may be in for some luck this year 🙂 Just keep those fingers crossed.
The use of colour creeping in to his new works are really adding a new dimension to the balloon work! Love it! 🙂
That is what’s so exciting about Fanakapan’ work, always evolving in new directions.