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Sunday, 5 June 2022

Bitzer and Shaun the Sheep graffiti street art by MrSuperA Leicester bring the paint

Bitzer and Shaun the Sheep graffiti street art by MrSuperA Leicester bring the paint

Super A’s take on the inside workings of two of Ardman Animations’ most famous characters Gromit and ShaunThe Sheep will certainly be many people’s favourite image. So familiar but look a little closer and you can see real animals inside the figures on the side of a three storey high mural opposite the car park in Pelham Street

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Bitzer and Shaun the Sheep 




Dog and Sheep 




 SUPER A


Dutch artist who uses traditional painting technique and a knack for design to create compositions that manipulate familiar iconography into mind-bending and inquisitive pieces


SMT CREW Street art graffiti Leicester bring the Paint

SMT CREW Street art graffiti Leicester bring the Paint

SMT CREW

The infamous UK crew SMT have received plenty of press coverage for their escapades. This crew has a range of styles. Expect something raw

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Rally House, 125 Bonchurch St, Leicester LE3 5E



I believe the graffiti character holding the bolt cutter is adapted from a GTA character see below


Grand Theft Auto: San Andrea


SMT CREW 



Always in the crimelight

 

Some information about the SMT CREW by the Manchester evening news:

Fashion photographer who worked for Vivienne Westwood among graffiti gang who caused £340,000 of damage to trains

Kieron Cummings, 25, founded the 'SMT Crew' which perpetrated a nationwide campaign of criminal damage by targeting trains and trams

An aspiring fashion photographer and five graffiti artists who caused £340,000 of damage to trains and trams have been sentenced.

Kieron Cummings, 25, was previously commissioned for shoots by designer Vivienne Westwood, whose staff feted him as a ‘rare talent’, Manchester Crown Court heard.

But Cummings also founded the ‘SMT Crew’ - a ‘family’ of graffiti taggers behind a nationwide campaign of criminal damage, stretching from Ardwick in Manchester to Uxbridge in London.

Now Cummings and four other members of the crew have been locked up. Two others have been spared jail, the Manchester Evening News reports .

TRIPL: graffiti-train street art mural Leicester bring the Paint

graffiti train street art mural by TRIPL Leicester bring the Paint

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TRIPL @whentriplgetsfurious


An absolute legend of Dutch graffiti TRIPL has been impressing the world recently with his innovative paintings that he animates. A crucial artist in the story of Dutch graffiti

Kang the Conqueror graffiti street art Leicester bring the Paint

Kang the Conqueror graffiti street art Leicester bring the Paint

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 Kang the Conqueror graffiti art Leicester bring the paint


artist @young__soldiers from the dream team International @dti_crew

location st. margaret's underpass Leicester

music by MF DOOM 

Kang the Conqueror (Nathaniel Richards) is a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics

Savoy Street Art Mural Leicester

Savoy Street Art Mural Leicester

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 Mural celebrates new street’s cinematic past


Published on Tuesday, September 22, 2020

AN ART deco cinema that once stood on the site of a new road in Leicester city centre is providing the inspiration for a spectacular new mural.

The Savoy Theatre – later known as the ABC – stood on Belgrave Gate for around 70 years but, after lying empty for years, the building was demolished by its owners in 2007.

Now, artists from Leicester-based Graffwerk have started work on a large-scale mural that’s been inspired by the Savoy and two other long-gone venues on Belgrave Gate: the Floral Hall and the Palace Theatre.

Covering three buildings, the giant mural will provide a fitting backdrop to Savoy Street – the new road for buses, taxis, pedestrians and cyclists that will link Belgrave Gate with Mansfield Street from Sunday 11 October.

Deputy city mayor Cllr Adam Clarke said: “Many local people will remember visiting the Savoy cinema in the 1940s and 50s, so I’m sure this mural will bring back fond memories of nights out in Leicester and firmly connect the new road with the city’s past.

“Graffwerk have got a great track record in working with us to produce stunning artworks – and this latest project is set to transform what could have been a rather featureless new road into an attractive route that celebrates the area’s history and heritage.”

Izzy Hoskins from Graffwerk said: “We’re very excited to deliver this mural, which will celebrate the cinematic heritage of the site.

“With a project of this scale, there’s a lot of preparation work to do before you can start painting – but the mural will rapidly take shape, once paint starts to go on the walls next week.”

Local artists MONO and Richard Peacock have been commissioned to create the artwork.

Work on the giant mural started yesterday (Monday 21 September) and is expected to take around 20 days to complete.

Savoy Street will open to buses for the first time on Sunday 11 October, providing passengers with a quicker, and more direct, route out of the city centre. The former bus route will be closed to traffic from that date, with Haymarket and parts of Belgrave Gate and Church Gate being incorporated into the city’s pedestrian zone from then on.

The £50,000 budget for the mural and associated costs will be funded as part of the £4million scheme to construct Savoy Street and upgrade both Mansfield Street and Sandacre Street.

The construction of Savoy Street and the related improvements to Mansfield Street and Sandacre Street are supported by the Government’s Local Growth Fund through the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership Limited (LLEP).


Saturday, 4 June 2022

Street art Graffiti boards Great Central St, Leicester bring the paint

Street art Graffiti boards Great Central St, Leicester bring the paint

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Near Smart Fit, 72 Great Central St, Leicester LE1 4NF



London to Leicester 






 


N3VA


All Saints Conservation area

Monsters Graffiti street art by SAM GRUBB LCB DEPOT Leicester Bring the Paint

Monsters Graffiti street art LCB DEPOT Leicester Bring the Paint 


















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SAM GRUBB


A graphic designer and illustrator by day Sam brings these influences into his mural work that incorporates playful monsters and characters that are fun for all the family to enjoy


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