German artist Sokar Uno had visited Bristol to take part in the Upfest before moving on and painting his next big piece in London.
Click the link below to view more on his Upfest work.
In London, along with an invited group of 30 artists, Sokar Uno visited the Chalk Farm housing estate in Camden to help transform the drab, bricked structures into something a bit more vibrant for the 900 people who live on the ageing London estate.
Using a muted emulsion background for the work, over 4 days the artist used spray and other materials to add further detail to the work.
The artist has painted a man laying on the ground trapped under a chair whilst his hand is placed upon a sand clock.
Using his trademark techniques of bright colour outlines around certain body parts and loads of paint drips – it really does help take the piece to another level.
Lot’s of recent Sokar Uno work has featured statuesque people, arrows, chairs and sand clocks – and most of them are apparent here.
Interestingly here he has decided to feature a lot of flowers and fauna instead of the arrows due to the nature of the work being located with a housing estate.
This certainly has transformed this part of a grey, drab concrete wall into something really eye-catching and special.
It comes complete with a Sokar Uno signature too.