A Street Art Guide To Penge

Seeing as our Street Art Community Project in Penge aka SprayExhibition20 has thus far exceeded our wildest expectations and there are now some 48 artworks to be spied around town we thought we would put together a free Street Art Guide to Penge. This walk will take you a couple of hours (depending how long you stop to admire the artwork and take photos along the way) and is a short walk from either Penge East or Anerley Station. Our walk begins and ends at Penge East Station, where the art trail begins pretty much as soon as you leave the station and can be completed in a mere 10 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 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 selection of 6 works by Decolife, Dotmasters, Artista, Chinagirl Tile, Carleen De Sozer & Dope.


‘Golden Goddess’ by Carleen De Sozer.


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


Work from Chinagirl Tile in St Johns Road.


Work by Dotmasters in St Johns Road.


Work by Maniac 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 left, cross at the zebra crossing, turn left and then take the first right into Maple Road, a road now containing 20 artworks. Stay on the right hand side and between 197 & 199 Maple Road you will see a gate leading to a little courtyard where you can find the first six, almost hidden artworks, along this stretch of town.


Work by Artista.


Works by Dotmasters.


Work by Vanesa Longchamp.


Work by Decolife.


Work by Coloquix.

3: When done in the courtyard turn around and head right back on to Maple Road where there will be a Garden wall containing work from DRT just in front of you, then cross over to see a selection of works from Woskerski, Airborne Mark, Morgazmik, Zina, Artista & Hunto.

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Work by DRT in Maple Road.


Work by Woskerski in Maple Road.


Works by Airborne Mark, Motgandy, Zina & Artista in Maple Road.


‘Aslan’ by Airborne Mark in Maple Road.


Work by Morgandy in Maple Road.


Work by Zina in Maple Road.


Work by Artista 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 wall painted by Irony as well as a series of shutters by Aero, Artista & Decolife.


‘The Price Of Everything’ by Irony in Maple Road.


Work by Aero in Maple Road.


Works by Decolife & Aero in Maple Road.


Work by Dotmasters in Maple Road.


Works by Decolife & Artista in Maple Road.

5: Continue along Maple Road until you reach the junction with Hawthorne Grove and you will find a mass of works by some 13 artists on our takeover of the former Golden Lion pub including works from Thisone, Frankie Strand, Weardoe, HNRX, Morgazmik, DRT, Autone, Decolife, Woskerski, New Art Rioter, Hunto, Artista, Airborne Mark & Dope.



Works by Thisone, Frankie Strand/Weardoe, HNRX & Morgazmik for our takeover of the former Golden Lion in Maple Road, Penge.


Works by Dope & Hunto (above) and Artista, Woskerski & Airborne Mark (bottom) for our takeover of the former Golden Lion in Maple Road, Penge.

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 a spy a piece by Artista.


Work by Airborne Mark in Maple Road.


Work by Artista in Stodart Road.

7: From here head back onto Maple Road and cross over and turn into Jasmine Grove carry on right the way through the grove and veer left onto Anerley Station Road until you reach the shutter painted by Artista.


8: Carry on past Artista’s shutter and take a left on the main road for a good 7-8 minutes until you reach the corner of Ravenscroft Road where you can find a trio of works by Woskerski, DRT and Soureye as well as a piece further along the road by Morgazmik.


Works by Woskerski, DRT & Soureye in Ravenscroft Road.


Work by Morgazmik in Ravenscroft Road.

9: Carry on along Ravenscroft Road until you reach Avenue Road and take the first left, followed by the first right onto Percy Road to spy work by Artista on a garden wall. From here head back onto Avenue Road and turn right until reach the Croydonn Road at the end and take a right where after 5 minutes on your left you will reach Evelina Road with a set of works by Dan Kitchener, Fanakapan, DZIA & DRT.


Work by Artista in Percy Road.


‘Jam’ by Dan Kitchener in Evelina Road.


‘Fragile Dog Syndrome’ by Fanakapan in Evelina Road.


Work by DZIA in Evelina Road.


Work by DRT in Evelina Road.

10: From here head back around the corner to Croydon Road, turning left and left again into the high street until you reach Southey Street on your right, currently the end of our little Street Art Guide and site of some 5 artworks by Artista, Dreph, Dope, Aspire & Decolife.


Works by Artista, Dope, Aspire & Decolife along Southey Street.


Work by Artista in Southey Street.


Work by Dreph in Southey Street.


Work by Dope in Southey Street.


‘Magpie Salute’ by Aspire in Southey Street.


Work by Decolife in Southey Street.

10: From here head back onto Penge High Street and turn right until you reach St Johns Road, turn right and you will find yourself at Penge East where the tour began. We hope you have enjoyed the Street Art of Penge.


8 comments on “A Street Art Guide To Penge

  1. 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…….

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

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