New Autone Street Art Around South London

Last month London was fortunate enough to receive a visit from Polish born and now based Street Artist Autone who moved back to his native country from London last year and has been very much missed from London’s Street Art scene.Autone studied Architecture and Urban Planning at Gdańsk University of Technology, and has been practicing Graffiti and Street Artist 1998 and now sets to fuse his education with his passion for Street Art to explore the city and depict this through his geometrically defined organic works. For Autone the City is a living organism, focusing on the spatial structure and dynamic between space and shadow. His work is reminiscent of an aerial view of routes through a city, depicting how one place or element leads to the next, interconnected in a state of total growth. Which can be seen in the two works painted around South London last month, in Penge and Stockwell respectively, which in both instances Autone made masterful use of the unorthodox and raw spaces available.

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Autone at work in Penge.

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Autone at work in Penge.

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Autone at work in Penge.

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Fanastic use of the available space with this somewhat awkward canvas in Evelina Road, Penge, for our SprayExhibition20 Community project.

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A blank canvas.

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Autone at work in Stockwell.

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Superb use of space with this finished work in Stockwell Lane, Stockwell, for our Love Lane Community project with local residents.

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