Fred Le Chevalier Street Art hits East London

Keen observers of the street art scene in the East End will have noticed a number of distinctive paste ups popping up lately from French artist Fred Le Chevalier.

Popular in Paris, Chevalier looks like he is trying to expand his reach by pasting up his characters in locations around London. They are quite distinctive and feature cartoon type figures engaging in a variety of situations. Mainly black and white they often feature splashes of colour to highlight a particular feature of the art.

I’ve taken a few pictures mainly around the Shoreditch and Hackney Wick areas featuring a variety of his paste ups. I’m sure there are more around so when I find them I’ll add them into the post. In the meantime, hope you enjoy the pics and keep your eyes peeled for his work dotted around

Spotted over the Hackney Wicked weekedn Fred De Chevaliers paste ups have been appearing all over the place recently.  This one leads to Ben Hoppers studio which was opened up for the weekend
Spotted over the Hackney Wicked weekend Fred De Chevaliers paste ups have been appearing all over the place recently.
Fred le Chevalier paste up on the towpath of the Lea Navigation leading to the Hertford Union Canal
Fred le Chevalier paste up on the towpath of the Lea Navigation leading to the Hertford Union Canal
A couple on White Post Lane
A couple on White Post Lane
A lady sitting down on White Post Lane
A lady sitting down on White Post Lane
Running with a Fox on Cheshire Street
Running with a Fox on Cheshire Street
More animals on Cheshire Street
More animals on Cheshire Street
Scaler Street Schoolboy holding a bird
Sclater Street Schoolboy holding a bird
Sclater Street
Sclater Street
New Inn Yard
New Inn Yard
Brick Lane
Brick Lane
Little Drummer Boy on Brick Lane
Little Drummer Boy on Brick Lane
Bethnal Green Road heading into Shoreditch
Bethnal Green Road heading into Shoreditch

For more information of Fred Le Chevalier and his work check out:

Street Art Paris – Interview with Fred Le Chevalier
Fred Le Chevalier Website (in French)

My Life on a Bike – Interview with Fred Le Chevalier

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