This morning for our next post we are taking a look at a superb recent addition to Anerley by graffiti writer and street artist Zaki placed up for our SprayExhibition20 community street art project around SE20. This striking piece mark the first time Zaki has painted around our corner of South-East London and he has certainly left his mark in style. We have grown rather well accustomed to Zaki’s illustrative works depicting predominantly food items and other objects of consumption on our jaunts around East London – Hackney Wick is definitely worth checking out for a number of great pieces and regular additions from Zaki – and on this occasion Zaki decided to paint on our absolute favourite food items, namely a slice of pizza. It’s impressive to see through such minimalist illustrative works Zaki can demonstrate his ability to craft clean graphic focused pieces. Certainly an interesting addition to the ever evolving gallery around Penge and Anerley.
We would like to offer a big thank you to the space owner for allowing us to find an artist to again transform their property. As well as a massive thank you to Zaki for coming down to support this initiative and for leaving such a fantastic artwork for us to enjoy in the process. This superb work can be found in St Hugh;s Road, St Hugh’s Estate, Anerley, and was put up with support from ourselves London Calling Blog.