New Jane Mutiny Street Art at ZSL London Zoo

Over the summer environmentally focused street artist Jane Mutiny painted the iconic and former Aquarium within ZSL London Zoo, which closed in 2019 after operating for 100 years. The zoo declared that the space was no longer suited to provide the desired quality of environment for their animals. However the space will be repurposed as a new exhibit in the future and for now it has been redecorated in style.

Painting entirely with brushes and acrylics, Jane Mutiny considers the impact of her actions and her art on the environment and for this reason doesn’t use spray paint. Through her art she paints animals and species that are endangered, making her a perfect artist to paint a cross-section of a fraction of the endangered species ZSL London Zoo homes. We have to say this is an absolutely epic makeover provided by Jane Mutiny and completely owns its place in somewhere with nothing but amazing things to see.

These paintings by Jane Mutiny join a series of six works painted by Louis Masai in 2018. So if you are a fan of street art and wish to support the vital work ZSL London Zoo do, then it’s well worth it to see all the animals, and an incredible array of art works. We don’t know all of the exact species Jane Mutiny painted, however we will give it a go below.

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Wart Biter Cricket.

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Fen Raft Spider

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Mountain Chicken Frog.

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Komodo Dragon.

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Banggai Cardinal Fish

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Humboldt Penguins

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Sumatran Tiger.

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Ring Tailed Lemurs & a Blue Throated Macaw

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Ring Tailed Lemurs

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Barberry Carpet Moth

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Rüppell’s Vulture

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Western Lowland Gorilla

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Golden-Eyed Stick Insect

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Partula Snails

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Partula Snails

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