Last month saw the return of the Brockley Street Art Festival for its third year brightening up Brockley and Honor Oak with a series of ten new murals placed up adding to the previous two festivals many creative additions to this corner of South London. Of the ten new works placed up this year we managed find the seven placed up on walls, but had no joy catching the 3 newest shutter works placed about town. We have to say it is impressive how the Street Art has flourished in the area and that the hard work the organizers have put in over the last couple of years to put together all these murals, the new works added this year certainly don’t disappoint as you will see from the pics we have below.
Great use of the corner space by Survival Techniques with “Love Them? Tell Them.” at the corner of Stondon Park & Honor Oak Park.
Vibrant rooftop work by Artista in Brockley Grove – love the little ladybird character.
Superb work by Aspire at Frendsbury Gardens – Highlight here is the 2 tails pertruding out of initial scene.
Lovely soulful work from Koe1 in St Norbert Road, with a lovely use of the brick canvas on offer for a background.
Beautiful work by Mr Cenz along Brockley Cross. reworking the same spot he painted for the first Brockley Street Art Festival in 2015.
First rate sign-writing with ‘Brockley’ along Brockley Cross by Lionel Stanhope.
Surreal work from Patricio Forrester aka Artmongers on Harefield Street.