Well Street Artist Jim Vision has been embarking on whirlwind of activity around London’s East End of late, so much so that everytime we go to write up this post we discover he has painted another fantastic work for us to go and see. So for the purpose of this post we are looking at the works Jim Vision has placed up over the last month or so around Shoreditch with some five fresh works to be seen in the area.
Work in Whitby Street.
Lovely reworking of the shutters previously painted also by Jim Vision, with this flowing cosmic scene.
An absolutely fantastic fix-up addition to the now iconic long-standing ROA hedgehog in Chance Street, Shoreditch which has over the years fallen victim to much tagging around the bottom of the piece. To that end Jim Vision has created this fantastic tribal scene engaging with the existing work, depicting a scene of warriors in protecting ROA’s hedgehog, figuratively and literally.
Love this little addition to the scene.
Work in Old Nichol Street, Shoreditch, entitled ‘Cut Off The Head Of The Oil Snake, stand with Standing Rock’ and marking the first of two recent works with Native American themes around Shoreditch.
An excellent wotk in Holywell Lane which is quite hard to take in in one go and features a future apocalyptic scene in which the natives have taken over the cities once more.