New Glor Street Art in Penge

Last month saw Brazilian born but London based, Street Artist and Graffiti Writer Glor take a visit to Penge to add some of his distinct fun characters that have seemingly appeared all over London over the last year. Presenting his trademark character who is always shown with at least one shoe missing and an orthopaedic boot on the other, as well always shown with one eye out of its socket offering a reminder to always pay attention to what is around you and where you are going. This character is often set on his own as in his second work in Penge on a door and he also left us with the first full on scene he has painted since his return to London in the last year. We would like to say thanks to the kind developers of the former Golden Lion pub and the owners of Jacks Quick Stop for allowing us to get Glor to add something so creative to their property. We also would like to offer a big thanks to Glor for coming to add these works to our SprayExhibition20 community project.

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Glor at work in Penge.

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Glor at work in Penge.

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Glor at work in Penge with Molly on modeling duties.

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Glor at work in Penge.

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Glor at work in Penge.

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The fantastic finished scene in Maple Road, Penge.

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Glor’s second addition to Penge with this funky character left in St John’s Road, Penge.

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