While the city streets may have been somewhat quieter over the last few months while the UK was in lockdown, many street and graffiti artists continued to work outdoors, painting murals, installing paste-ups, and sticking up stickers on the street.
Stick it up: Shoreditch Street Art Stickers—The Stick it up: Street art stickers are our ongoing series of posts, sharing photographs of the London street art and graffiti stickers that we discovered on our travels around the city with a focus on the Brick Lane and Shoreditch areas of East London.
‘Love thy Neighbour’ typographic sticker art by London-based street artist The Skeleton Cardboard.
As with our previous collections of sticker art, the stickers featured here were all photographed in and around Shoreditch and Brick Lane in East London.
‘Bored of Everything’ sticker art by London-based street artist The Skeleton Cardboard.
My Cute Creatures stickers on Brick Lane, London.
My Cute Creatures London street art—My Cute Creatures is the name of a Bristol-based tattoo and street artist who has been working under the alias “My Cute Creatures” for her street art creations.
We have yet to see two of the same sticker design from the artist, each of the full-color stickers shared here featuring some of her cute creatures!
Still hanging in there, this vinyl sticker from artist My Cute Creature still just about visible.
Cuteness overload in these vibrantly colours London street art stickers by artist My Cute Creature.
“Unknown’ black and white skeleton sticker.
London stickers in Shoreditch from banana obsessed artist Bazzagramz, as well as the stickers pictured we have seen a number of the artists small scale street sculptures also featuring their banana characters.
We are liking these geometric paper stickers by an artist calling themselves LdashD, pictured above and below.
One of the PINKY PONKO stickers, Pinko Ponko is a little pink Mousedogpigfox!
“Ban This” A series of stickers from London artist D*face on Sclater Street, London.
London artist D*Face—
Vinyl black and white stickers from artist D*Face on Bacon Street, London.
“It’s Cool To Be Kind” London sticker work by illustrator and artist Y A Y A aka Your alright you are.
We are loving the vibrant colours in these stickers pictured above and below featuring the work of Edinburgh artist Craig Robertson aka Purshone. Both were photographed in Shoreditch, London.
Unknown artist. London.
Sticker work from the prolific Portland-based street artist RXskull who prints all his own vinyl stickers.
The sticker work of London-based artist and subvertiser Illustre Feccia.
London Street Art Stickers on Film—Alongside the latest collection of London street art stickers pictured in the post above, we also captured some short video clips and have compiled them together this our second short London Street Art – Shoreditch Stickers clip shared both here and over on our Hookedblog Youtube channel.
As we have mentioned before we were a little late to the whole YouTube thing but will continue sharing our short video clips on that platform, so feel free to subscribe to our Hookedblog Youtube channel and see all the street art-related film clips as soon as we share them.
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Related Street Art Stories—Take a look at some of our previously shared sticker posts from our Stick It Up series featuring collections of street art stickers from London and Berlin.
Shoreditch Street Art Stickers Edition 9.