The latest outdoor art show at Flannels on Oxford Street features contemporary artist, Shepard Fairey. He is a street artist, graphic designer, activist, and founder of OBEY Clothing and creative agency Studio Number One.
In 2008, his portrait of then-Democratic candidate Barack Obama became an internationally recognized emblem of hope. Since then, he has painted more than 105 public murals, making him one of the most sought-after and provocative artists in the world. The Peace Guard mural in Lisbon is one of his, and he worked on another well known Lisbon mural with Vhils.
W1 Curates show, corner of Poland Street and Oxford Street, London, August 2021
Below, you can enjoy the illuminated show of some of his work, that I happily came across on an evening walk back to St Pancras last week. Just click on an item in the gallery to see larger and scroll through.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 2 September 2021
Posted as part of Brian’s Last on Card
Such a wonderful space for artists to showcase their work! I don’t think I’ve ever seen this (lat time I was on Oxford St was in Jan 2019).
They are wonderful works of art and you were lucky to be at the right place and time. Is the last one the Last Photo? I think you get the Best Art Last Photo award Debbie. Thanks for joining in 🙂 🙂
You where lucky to see it during the evening. A very special light show.
Thank you for posting this great collection. If I wasn’t such a scaredy-cat about public transport at the moment, I’d hie off to London to see these.
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I do the train bit in and out, but I don’t go on the underground, I just walk a lot!
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Ah! But I’ve got a ferry and a very full commuter train before I get to Waterloo.
You and me both!
Amazing work indeed