The London Police’s ‘All At Sea’ Exhibition At Stolenspace Gallery

Last Thursday saw the opening of The London Police’s All At Sea’ exhibition at the Stolenspace Gallery in the East End. Having started their journey in 1998 The London Police comprising Chaz and his LADS characters fused with the illustrative architectural scenes from Bob Gibson their works are now to be seen all around the world on the Street Art scene. For their latest show the The London Police duo are back to spread their message of love and fun through an exhibition that as the title of the show suggests takes on a aquatic theme, seeing their now iconic black and white ‘LADS’ characters accompanied by a host of new characters, some legendary, some celebrities, and many just fun. Certainly playful in their subjects and scenes, it is hard not to smile upon viewing their output and this show is one not to disappoint. The ‘All At Sea’ exhibition runs until May 29th at the Stolenspace Gallery, which can be found at 17 Osborn Street.

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‘Not Mermaid In China’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘A Subaquatic Lad Suit’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Off Duty Lifeguard’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Tanksy Coming Home For Tea (Part 2)’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘All Aboard. Captain Alan Is In Charge’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘King Poseiden & The Five Headed Lad Called Justice’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Amphitrite, Queen Of The Sea Flanked By Totempole Lads’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Tanksy Coming Home For Tea (Part 1)’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Limp Robot (Probably) Being Taken Out To Sea’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Sunni & The Fisherman’s Orb’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Submerged Limp Robot Within A School Of Squillorses’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘A Day Trip To Southend-On- Sea With Only Factor 8 Suncream’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Walking A Lorse On The Beach’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘David At Sea’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Amy At Sea’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘John At Sea’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Bork Rides Squillorse Through School Of Squillads’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Minions Asking For Directions To Nearest Port’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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‘Trilad Carrying A Limp Robot To Center Parcs’ – Acrylic with Indelible Ink on Brussels Linen.

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One comment on “The London Police’s ‘All At Sea’ Exhibition At Stolenspace Gallery

  1. Really enjoyed my visit to the gallery and I must tell your readers that “An American Astronaut In London” by Scott Listfield is also showing alongside The London Police exhibition ~ Both are well worth a viewing and complement each other in style very nicely..

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