It has been a little while since we have seen any fresh London works from Street Artist Otto Schade, however in the last couple of weeks he has made up for that with a fantastic trio of works placed up in close proximity of what remains of Shoreditch’s dying Street Art scene. Otto’s painting styles range from the abstract and surreal. Working predominantly with oil paint, and incorporating practices such as collage, illustration and stencil. The themes behind his compositions read in a personal, metaphorical sense with a sharp, ironic touch setting to offer a combination of the creative and fun with his ribbon effect style creations which offer so much flowing intricacy to look at, and offer a glimpse at his former career as an architect, countered by his stark and powerful silhouette pieces.
A galloping Bull painted along Shoreditch High Street.
“Chilling Out” in Shoreditch High Street.
“Osch-Car” in Rivington Street.