End of November marked the opening of David de la Mano‘s third solo exhibition at the Hang-Up Gallery in London. Multi-faceted show showcased artist’s brand new collection of acrylic, coffee and inks on canvas and paper. David didn’t stop with just presenting his artworks trough the gallery – he made a pit stop in Brick Lane to create a new monochromatic mural, he released a print and he has decorated the whole gallery with his signature drifting movement characters – including the Banksy Bunker…
Check out some shots of the show below and don’t forget to come back to StreetArtNews for more updates from London!
Pictures by Modestas Moe Noreika, Chuck Noble and Hang-Up Gallery