A Free Street Art Guide To Penge & Anerley

Seeing as our SprayExhibition20 Street Art Community Project in Penge and Anerley (SE20) has thus far exceeded our wildest expectations and there are now some 165 artworks to be seen around the area we thought we would put together a free Street Art Guide to Penge and Anerley. This walk will take you about 4-5 hours (depending how long you stop to admire the artwork and take photos along the way) and starts a short walk from either Penge East or Anerley Station – If arriving in Anerley start the tour at step 8 and follow through. If arriving at Crystal Palace start at step 10 and follow round from there. Our walk begins and ends at Penge East Station, where the art trail commences as soon as you leave the station and can be completed in 20 easy steps. We would also suggest taking the tour on a Sunday in order to have the best chance of catching the dozen or so shutters that have been painted down and in all their glory.

1: Exit Penge East Station and turn left into St Johns Road where the Street Art trail begins with a set of works by Artista, Chinagirl Tile, Alice Pasquini & Glor.


Works by Artista, Chinagirl Tile & Dope in St Johns Road.


Work by Alice Pasquini in St Johns Road.


Work from Chinagirl Tile in St Johns Road.


Work by Glor in St Johns Road.

2: When done at this first stop carry on along St Johns Road until you reach the main road and turn right and you will spy work from Vinnie Nylon on a low wall to your right at the start of the next parade of shops along Penge High Street. From here walk up the road and at the railway arch cross over the road and pop by Penge West to see work from Nick Wakeling in the station car park.


Work by Vinnie Nylon in Penge High Street.


Work by Nick Wakeling at Penge West.

3: Next exit Penge West Station and when hit the main road turn right and come back the way you came and take the fourth right into Maple Road, a road now containing some 24 artworks alone. Stay on the right hand side of Maple Road where you will immediately stumble upon work by Sr. X then you shall come upon a garden wall containing work from DRT & work from JXC just in front of you, then cross over to see a selection of works from Dotmaster, Aspire, Airborne Mark, Zina, Woskerksi & Hunto.


Oh, Hello Molly! by Sr. X in Maple Road.


Work by DRT in Maple Road.


Work by JXC in Maple Road.


Work by Dotmaster in Maple Road.


Work by Aspire in Maple Road.


Aslan by Airborne Mark in Maple Road.


Work by Zina in Maple Road.


Work by Woskerski in Maple Road.


Work by Hunto in Maple Road.

4: When you reach the wall by Hunto, cross over and carry on up Maple Road until you reach a pair of walls painted by Irony & Ant Carver, a series of shutters by Aero, Nick Wakeling, Decolife & Itaewon, as well as a set of miniature delights from Maikel Walkman, Alice Pasquini and Face The Strange to keep an eye out for at the tattoo parlour, which could be easily missed. Finally you will see a magazine box painted by DRT.

The Price Of Everything by Irony in Maple Road.


Work by Ant Carver in Maple Road.


Work by Aero in Maple Road.


Work by Maikel Walkman in Maple Road.


Work by Alice Pasquini in Maple Road.


Work by Face the Strange in Maple Road.


Works by Nick Wakeling in Maple Road.


Works by Decolife & Arista in Maple Road.


Work by Itaewon in Maple Road.


Work by DRT in Maple Road.

5: From here look left and down the side of the Maple Tree pub in Padua Road you will find a series of works by Irony, Dotmaster, Alo, Elno x Carleen De Sozer, Frank Riot & Hunto, as well as a collaboration from Reves One & Sidok across the road. 


Work by Irony peering over works by Dotmaster, Alo, Elno x Carleen De Sozer, Frank Riot & Hunto in Padua Road.


Work by Reves One x Sidok in Padua Road.

6: Carry on up Maple Road until you spy this garden wall painted by Airborne Mark across the street and be sure to peak around the corner in Stodart Road to spy works by Falko1 and Hunto.


Work by Airborne Mark in Maple Road.


Work by Falko1 in Stodart Road.


Work by Hunto in Stodart Road.

7: From here head back onto Maple Road and cross over and turn into Jasmine Grove where you will spy work by Aspire on your right, from here carry on right the way through the grove and veer firstly right for 5 or so minutes to see a shipping container painted by Nerone and then turn around and carry on back to the end of the road steering into Anerley Station Road until you reach the main road.


Work by Aspire in Jasmine Grove.

Work by Nerone in Oakfield Road.


Work by Aspire in Station Road.

8: Once on the main road turn right and then right again into Ridsdale Road and follow the road around past the Anerley Arms pub and you will enter St Hugh’s Estate where you will soon see some garage doors and the surrounding walls on your left, featuring a series of artworks from Dotmaster, Reves, Irony, Woskerski & Carleen De Sozer. Follow this court through to the next court into Bridgewood Close where you will find a run of works from Vinnie Nylon, Sr. X, Candie, Woskerski, Pixie, Aspire and Fate. Then pass one block over into Chalkendon Close to see works from Dotmaster, Suiko, Juan2, Tizer, ThisOne, Aspire, Airborne Mark, Hunto & DRT.


Work by Dotmaster in St Hugh’s Road.

Works by Reves, Irony, Woskerski & Carleen De Sozer in St Hugh’s Road.


Work by Vinnie Nylon in Bridgewood Close.


Flock by Sr. X in Bridgewood Close.

Works by Pixie, Woskerksi & Candie in Bridgewood Close.

Works by Fate & Aspire in Bridgewood Close.


Work by Dotmaster in Chalkendon Close.

Works by Aspire, Airborne Mark, ThisOne, Hunto & DRT in Chalkendon Close.


Work by Suiko in Chalkendon Close.


Work by Juan2 in Chalkendon Close.


Works by ThisOne & Tizer in Chalkendon Close.

9: When done in St Hugh’s Estate head back to Anerley Hill and turn right walking up the hill and after a 10 minute or so walk on your left you will find firstly a little addition by STRA followed by a group of works from DRT, Morgazmik, Sr. X, Mei Mei, JXC, HNRX and Hunto. Carry on up the hill for another couple of minutes and turn around to be confronted by a stunning large-scale work from Mr Cenz.


Work by STRA on Anerley Hill.


Work by DRT on Anerley Hill.


Work by Morgazmik on Anerley Hill.


Work by Hunto on Anerley Hill.


Rinse & Repeat by Sr. X on Anerley Hill.


Work by JXC on Anerley Hill.


Work by HNRX on Anerley Hill.


Work by Hunto on Anerley Hill.


Work by Mei Mei on Anerley Hill.


Work by Mr Cenz on Anerley Hill.

10: From here head back towards and carry on past Anerley Station until you reach the corner of Croydon Road, where you turn right and walk for 5 or so minutes until you reach Thornsett Road on your left, turn here and take the next left into Thornsett Place where you can find works from Jane Mutiny, Atila, Vinnie Nylon, Aspire, Airborne Mark & Elno. 

Works by Jane Mutiny & Atila in Thornsett Place.

Works by Vinnie Nylon & Aspire in Thornsett Place.


Work by Airborne Mark in Thornsett Place.


Work by Elno in Thornsett Place.

11: From here head back to Croydon Road, where you turn left and carry on until you reach Cambridge Road on your left and turn down here to find work from DRT & Many Faces. From here carry on along Cambridge Road until you reach and enter Marlow Road then taking the first right into Warwick Road where you will find work from Aspire. Then head back to Marlow Road and turn right taking the second turn on your right into Ashleigh Road for work by Boe & Irony. 


Work by DRT & Many Faces in Cambridge Road.


Work by Aspire in Warwick Road.


Work by Boe & Irony in Ashleigh Road.

12: When done here carry on along Marlow Road until you reach the main road here at the zebra crossing you will see work from Irony on your right, then cross over the road, turn right and take the immediate left into Ravenscroft Road where you can find a trio of works by STRA, Alo and Airborne Mark, along with work from Fink 22 opposite. 


Work by Irony on Elmers End Road.


Keep Us Cool by STRA in Ravenscroft Road.


Work by Alo in Ravenscroft Road.


 Ravenscroft by Airborne Mark in Ravenscroft Road.


Work by Fink 22 in Ravenscroft Road.

13: From here turn back onto Elmers End Road, turn right and then take the first right into Ash Grove where you will soon spy work from Aspire on your left. Next carry on straight into Chesham Road and keep your eyes peeled for a pair of works from Trust Icon & Aspire on your right, followed by work from Fink 22 on your left further along Chesham Road.


Work by Aspire in Ash Grove.

Work by Trust Icon in Chesham Road.


Work by Aspire in Chesham Road.


Work by Fink 22 in Chesham Road.

14: Carry on along Chesham Road until you reach Avenue Road where you turn left until you reach Croydon Road at the end and take a right where after a 5 minutes or so walk on your left you will reach Evelina Road with a set of works by Dan Kitchener, Irony, Mei Mei, DZIA, Dotmaster, Yuni Gloom & Airborne Mark.


‘Tokyo Dreams’ by Dan Kitchener in Evelina Road.


Work by irony in Evelina Road.


Work by DZIA in Evelina Road.


Work by Skeleton Cardboard in Evelina Road.


Work by Dotmaster in Evelina Road.

Work by Airborne Mark in Evelina Road.


Work by Mei Mei in Evelina Road.

15: From here head back around the corner to Croydon Road, turning left until you reach the Pawleyne Arms pub on the corner of Croydon Road & Penge High Street who have some works in their beer garden from Itaewon, Roo, SkyHigh x Samer, Gums & Tongue & Morgazmik x Frankie Strand.


Works by Itaewon in the Pawleyne Arms.


Works by Roo in the Pawleyne Arms.


Work by Gums & Tongue Crew: The Real Dill, Alex Amery, Dahkoh & Agwa in the Pawleyne Arms.


Work by Morgazmik & Frankie Strand in the Pawleyne Arms.

16: Come out of the Pawleyne Arms and cross the road and carry on along the HIgh Street to spy works from Mr Cenz & Aspire on your right. When done here turn around and carry on back up Penge High Street and firstly keep an eye out for works by Aero & Aspire on your right followed by work from Dotmaster on your left then carry on until you first reach work by DRT, followed by an anamorphic work from Irony in an alleyway. Just past the alley look on your left to find works by Mei Mei & Dotmaster followed by a shutter from Falko1, with a shutter artwork from Fink 22 across the road.


Work by Mr Cenz in Penge High Street.


Work by Aspire in Penge High Street.


Work by Aero in Penge High Street.


Work by Aspire in Penge High Street.


Work by Dotmaster in Penge High Street.


Work by DRT in Penge High Street.


Work by Irony in Penge High Street.


Work by Mei Mei in Penge High Street.


Work by Dotmastger in Penge High Street.


Work by Falko1 in Penge High Street.


Work by Fink 22 in Penge High Street.

17: From here you cross the high street and head into Southey Street currently site of some 13 artworks by Eins92, Trafik, Dreph, Mr Cenz, Stinkfish, Dharma77, WRDSMTH, Maikel Walkman, Airborne Mark, Nathan Bowen, Mr Christa, Alice Pasquini & Falko1. Be sure to venture down the alleyway opposite Dreph’s work to find the series of works on and around the local brewery.


Work by Eins92 in Penge High Street.


Work by Trafik in Southey Street.


Work by Dreph in Southey Street.


Work by Mr Cenz in Southey Street.


Work by Stinkfish in Southey Street.


Work by Dharma77 in Southey Street.


Works by WRDSMTH & Maikel Walkman in Southey Street.


Work by Airborne Mark in Southey Street.


Work by Nathan Bowen in Southey Street.


Works by Mr Christa in Southey Street.


Work by Alice Pasquini in Southey Street.


Work by Falko1 in Southey Street.

18: From Falko1’s elephant carry on to the end of Southey Street and turn left into Wordsworth Road where at the corner of Penge Lane you will see a fantastic addition by Sr. X (look up) and from here turn right and walk along the modest parade of shops until you reach the shop on the corner where of a weekend or evening you can spy one of a beautiful pair of works by WRSMTH & Aspire, along with works by Jimmy C, Louis Masai, SPZero76, SkyHigh, Zabou, Dotmaster and Vinnie Nylon.


Work by Sr. X in Penge Lane.


Work by Dotmaster in Penge Lane.


Work by WRDSMTH in Penge Lane.


Work by Aspire in Bycroft Street.


Work by Skeleton Cardboard in Bycroft Street.


Gordon by Zabou in Bycroft Street.


Back To Nature by SPZero76 in Bycroft Street.


Work by SkyHigh in Bycroft Street.


Unfolding by Jimmy C in Penge Lane.


Work by Louis Masai in Penge Lane.

19: From here turn right into Parish Lane and walk until you reach the junction where you take a left and after a few minutes you will be confronted with a large-scale work from Zabou. 


Modern Day Addiction by Zabou in Thesiger Road.

20: From here head back the way you came to the railway bridge at Penge Lane seen in Step 18 and along Parish Lane just past the rail spots you will first see work from Irony on your right, followed by work from Wild Drawing on your left and finally back to the right can be seen work from Hunto to conclude your tour.


Work by Irony in Parish Lane.


Work by Wild Drawing in Parish Lane.


Work by Hunto in Parish Lane.

20: From here carry on along Penge Lane and turn left into Lennard Road, followed by taking the next left into Newland Park to find yourself back at Penge East Station and thus your walk is concluded. We hope you have enjoyed.

Other Spots:

We also have organised a few other paintings in South-East London that you can go see should you be interested. We currently have two works in Sydenham, six in Forest Hill, and one in Charlton, all shared below.


Work by Aero in Newlands Park, Sydenham.


Work by Irony in Kent House Road, Sydenham.


Work by Ruben Carrasco in Hindley Place, Forest Hill.


Our Lady of Forest Hill by Jim Vision in Perry Vale, Forest Hill.


Work by Woskerksi in Inglemere Road, Forest Hill.


Work by Airborne Mark & Aspire in Inglemere Road, Forest Hill.


Work by Nathan Bowen & Name26 in Inglemere Road, Forest Hill.


Work by DRT in Inglemere Road, Forest Hill.


Work by Louis Masai in Calydon Road, Charlton.

25 comments on “A Free Street Art Guide To Penge & Anerley

  1. Absolutely beautiful love love love them makes Penge beautiful thank u all u artists x

  2. Well done, what you’ve achieved in Penge is fantastic. I’ve enjoyed watching the artists and exploring SE20. It’s even better now I know that Penge East is only 12 minutes from Brixton…….

  3. I’m never likely to follow this route on the ground but enjoyed the virtual tour, thanks. An impressive variety of styles and themes.

  4. We bumped into you earlier today just as we were coming up Maple Street doing this tour. Saw almost everything here, this blog post was essential!

    • Hey, we met by Aspire’s Bluejay in Maple Road? Thanks for the kind comments, always nice to hear the guide is useful. We update it with each new work added to town.

  5. I’ve seen a couple of these by accident and didn’t realise there were so many. Absolutely brilliant.

  6. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE all the street art in Penge, which gives the area such character. It has been an exciting development over the last few years to watch the paintings appear. I have been exploring them systematically during the coronavirus lockdown in March-June 2020. Whenever I post my photos of them on the Penge Tourist Board Facebook site, I always get about 100 likes for each post, so that shows how much other people in the area appreciate them too. Some people have said that they have adapted their walking routes to take in paintings they have not seen before.
    My personal favourites are the glorious bird paintings by Aspire, the magnificent jaguar by JXC and the spectacularly coloured and subtly shaded portraits and scenes by Mr Cenz, Zina and Dan Kitchener, but I love all the bold shapes and vibrant colours of other artists like Hunto, Sky High, Aero and DRT as well.

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