Well it may not be that ‘new’ having been painted a month ago now, but over the least few days we finally bumped into the ever hard working and most generous The Real Art Of Street Art who most kindly granted us access to the rooftop on which the latest Lost Souls mural resides so we could get a closer look and some detail shots to share with you here. Out painting to celebrate the birthday of Captain Kris the group who we haven’t painted together in London as full quartet since Meeting Of Styles last year, the guys really didn’t disappoint.
Whenever the Lost Souls Crew, comprising Captain Kris, Si Mitchell, Squirl & SPZero76, get together you know you are in for something fun, elaborate, well thought-out and immensely detailed, which is exactly what was produced recently in Camden Town, with their “videogame mash up” inspired piece. Offering a distinctly fun and sligtly surreal twist on to a whole host of computer game characters that defined a generation of digital creativity, this is wall that really has so much going on within and is guaranteed to bring a smile to a face upon viewing. This fantastic work can be found in Kentish Town Road and was put up with support from The Real Art Of Street Art.
SPZero76 at work. No sooner had we arrived in Camden and climbed onto the roof the skies let loose with an almighty downpour that called a halt to the first days progress and our photo opportunities for the day.
The marvelous fun-fueled finished piece.
Great Shinobi character from Captain Kris, seen squeezing the life out of Pokemon’s Picachew.
Love how this delightful character from Squirl appears to be sat in front of a television set whilst gaming, utilizing the immediate surroundings.
Never seen Sonic look so menacing as with this great character from Si Mitchell.
Fantastic gamer character that is very much pure SPZero76.
Street view of the knockout mural.