Over the weekend Brick Lane received a visit from Italian Street Art duo Urban Solid who have left by our count some eight installations along and around Brick Lane with a pair of their long-standing and now trademark ‘Audio Surveillance Zone’ pieces dotted along Brick Lane and a few different designs placed around the immediate area. The duo started their project on the urban setting in 2010 with a predilection of utilizing derelict and unused walls to present their work within the context of urban decay, which ties in with the ideas conveyed in much of their work, that we are being watched, monitored and observed, taking a very Orwellian stance and setting to mock the condition of the modern human in the age of Big Brother. A pleasure to see these fresh sculptures placed around Brick Lane and fun hunting them out.
‘Audio Surveillance Zone’ in yellow along Brick Lane.
‘Adam & Eva’ – London’s first tourists in Brick Lane. What an excellent and interesting work this is.
‘Audio Surveillance Zone’ in pink along Brick Lane.
‘Audio Surveillance Zone’ in white along Brick Lane.
Work in Quaker Street.
Work in Grey Eagle Street.
Work in Hanbury Street.
Work in Sclater Street.