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While visiting London for his third solo show, acclaimed Spanish Street Artist David de la Mano had a pleasure to decorate London streets with another addition of “Adrift” series of his works called “The Wave”, somewhere on the corner between Brick Lane and Hanbury Street…

David de la Mano paints his haunting figures as shadows looking for their place in the world. All united, they are travelling to a destination unknown. Boats with broken sails and women with animal heads drift without direction but are all linked by an uncertain journey. Adrift portrays the anonymous epic of travelling on a rough ship, or passing through reinforced wire fences – all characteristics of the current fear of some nations to the refugee invasion…

Take a look at more images below of the detail featured in this mural and if you’re in London be sure to visit David de la Mano‘s Adrift show at Hang-Up gallery which is going to be open up until January 14th!

Modestas Moe Noreika

About Modestas Moe Noreika

Modestas is a street art enthusiast who has been active in the scene for a few years, during that time has participated on production in projects around the world and continues to manage StreetArtNews print store. He is currently freelancing in the street art scene and is based in the UK.