Many familiar with the street art scene, or the very least, the streets of East London will have encountered several large scale, epic murals by Otto Schade whose vivid paintings are renown around the world for combing both elements of abstract art and surrealism.
Otto’s murals are extensively photographed by his ever-growing street art following – and in his latest venture, the artist has created a new piece near Well Hung gallery in London where he is currently exhibiting a brand new body of work.
The exhibition showcases the range and depth of Otto’s works. Presenting 4 new full-scale paintings, a series of new screen prints and a collection from the Orb series. A new exclusive, limited edition screen-print will be launched on the opening night of the show.
Otto has developed a meticulous spray painting technique by intricately cutting layer upon layer of illustrative stencils. His distinctive, graphic ‘ribbon’ style and continued exploration of iconic imagery have made him one of the UK’s pre-eminent street artists.
This weekend marks the last chance to see Otto’s highly anticipated solo show at the Well Hung Gallery
239 Hoxton Street