This work below was actually placed up a month or so ago and we have had no luck until the last few days in getting some pictures to share of this delightful addition to Hanbury Street from Otto Schade. Otto’s painting styles range from the abstract and surreal to the stark and brutal. Working predominantly with oil paint, and incorporating practices such as collage, illustration and stencil. The themes behind his compositions read in a personal, metaphorical sense with a sharp, ironic touch. Otto has long been a major star on the London street art scene and it is easy to see why with his works offering a combination of the creative and fun with his ‘ribbon’ effect style creations which offer so much depth and intricacy to look at and lose yourself in, and offer a glimpse at his former career as an architect, countered by his stark and incredibly powerful silhouette pieces, which really do just stop you in your tracks and provide something to think about. It is this ribbon style that Otto Schade has implemented to create an image made from other images – so very Dali – on this occasion a pair of elephants meeting to create the butterfly namely the ‘Elephutterfly’.