Chihuahua Pop Art
Street Artists Boe & Irony Paint a huge Chihuahua on Chrisp Street in East London
Perhaps one of the most arbitrary and yet as well, exemplary bits of street art to pop-up recently, are now able to be observed close to the each Saints DLR place, dominating the course into London through the East Asia Dock Road.
Situated on a tower block regarding the junction with Chrisp Street, neighborhood music artists Irony and Boe have taken the chance presented with these types of a dominant canvas to color a, erm… monster chihuahua!
And also to be reasonable, why don't you. Both musicians and artists, whom often paint together, have actually a penchant for animals and thus it makes sense that this is really what they're going to portray. The option of a small puppy sat about it’s hind feet along with it’s tongue going out is, an admittedly unique, image to portray from the entry to the popular Chrisp Street marketplace but have you thought to?
Curated by Fitzrovia Noirs Garry Hunter, a pal with this weblog, the resultant panting dog is an extremely abstract but dynamic addition to this part of the east-end. Within the best benefit of this gable-end of a 1960’s block of flats it reveals what an effect well curated road art makes to a location, instantly changing the spot from something very hard-edged to something some hotter.