Lastly in our long run of catching up with what we have been up to in our corner of South-East London over the recent few months we are taking a look at a fantastic work from street artist Fink 22 placed up over the last couple of weeks around Penge and Anerley for our SprayExhibition20 community street art project.
Setting to fuse a series of illustrative characters, often set overlaid upon layer and layer of the artists distinct trademark faces, often to such overlaid to create a complex composition in which the figurative dynamic takes on a surreal abstract dynamic that is certainly captivating – especially when combined with the rich vibrant colours the artist uses in his works.
We of course wish to say a massive thank you to each of the space owners, both residential and business, who kindly donated a spot and trusted us to work it. As well as a really big thank you to Fink 22 for coming back to the area to support this initiative and for leaving such a vibrant and beautiful artwork in the process.
Fink 22 at work.
The funky finished piece in Penge High Street, interesting to see how Fink 22 has deconstructed his work in this design.
Funky work in Ravenscroft Road, Anerley, experimenting with straighter more squared off lines.
Fantastic work in Chesham Road, Penge, and our favourite of the recent trios dropped in SE20. The colours on this one just pop with all the surrounding white on this house.