New DRT Street Art around London

Here we are taking a look at a several additions to London from Abstract Street Artist DRT placed up over the last few months in South, North and East London, which feature the artist’s trademark abstract pattern work which very much resembles a stained glass effect. It’s been a pleasure seeing DRT’s work develop over the last few years as well as how well suited it is to any canvas big or small as well as how the style works so effectively with a range of divergent styles as the works below demonstrate.

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DRT at work on Anerley Hill, alongside work from Sel.

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Work on Anerley Hill, Crystal Palace, put up with support from ourselves London Calling Blog.

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Works by DRT and Sel.

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Works by DRT and Sel.

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Work in Chalkendon Close, Anerley, put up with support from London Calling Blog in association with St Hugh’s Community Centre & Clarion.

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Work in Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill.

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Collaboration work with Orbit in Jerome Street, Spitalfields.

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Work in Stucley Place, Camden Town, put up with support from The Real Art of Street Art.

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Collaboration work with Many Faces in Hartland Road, Camden Town, put up with support from The Real Art of Street Art.

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A small bonus work placed up in Hartland Road, Camden Town as part of a Free Art Friday drop.

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