New Invader Street Art Spotted Around London

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By M@ Last edited 19 months ago
New Invader Street Art Spotted Around London
Invader art on the South Bank.
South Bank fun with security cameras. Image by M@.

The street art of Invader — immediately identifiable from the pixel-like ceramic tiles — has decorated the capital since his first 'invasion' in 1999. Now, a new wave of 10 works have appeared around town.

Locations include Camden Town (below), Finsbury Park, Holloway, the South Bank (top) and Shoreditch. We're not going to reveal the specific locations, but if you'd like to track them down, you'll find enough clues online.

Camden Town street art.
Classic Invader, Camden Town. Image by M@.

For the first time in London, Invader's work has found its way into a museum. Head down to the Museum of London's Victorian streetscape and you'll chance across this little number.

Inside the Museum of London. Image by M@.

This new wave of pixelated interventions adds to Invader's already numerous body of work in the capital, including this piece in Shoreditch from a couple of years ago.

Image by M@.

Last Updated 14 April 2016