I was contacted by a friend Kevin Zuchowski who is running Rise Gallery (London), inviting me to take part on an interesting project in Beirut (Lebanon). The project considered local and international Artists. The idea was spending a week in August in Beirut painting some walls given by Aley Council (attached images). At the same […]
On Tuesday, 4th July 2017 the National Times of Malta published an article asking the question “Banksy in Malta?” while showing a photograph of an Otto Schade stencil artwork in streets of Malta. 😉 Original article: Commuters and drivers passing through Sliema’s High Street did a double-take this morning after graffiti which appeared overnight on […]
“Follow Me” the latest street artwork in Malta (June 2017). A mural of 4 x 3 m. Thank you very much James Micallef from Street Art Malta for the hospitality and support. If you would like to find out more about the street art scene over there, I totally can recommend to read this NY […]
“The Believers” in London’s infamous art district of Shoreditch. Next to STIK’s iconic piece in Princelet Street. This artwork shows another episode of Otto’s acclaimed “Silhouette Series”. We can see a scarecrow filled with banknotes. The wind is blowing the notes away from the body, but the believers who only believe in money are trying […]
Otto hit the streets in London again leaving his latest addition entitled “Better Choice” in Hackney Road. Another piece of work from his acclaimed silhouette series in Shoreditch. Unfortunately, the piece was wrongly understood as it was already removed probably by the community.
Another great commission entitled “The Kiss” (6.1 x 2.4 m) done by Otto Schade in 2010 in Ely’s yard of The Old Truman Brewery in London. The Old Truman Brewery has become the creative hub of London’s East End hence why there are many creative businesses housed within the Brewery itself, including fashion designers, artists, […]
This is piece done by Otto in 2015 was commissioned by Lime bar in Brixton Village, London. The painted surface is on a 3m x 8m wall/board. The fact that it’s possible to see the link from two specific angles, which makes this piece even more interesting.
One of Otto’s favourite and returning characters where he is using his dinstinctive ribbon technique is entitled “Audrey the Sexy One”. Here we have a very special version which he put up in summer 2016 in Old Street, London.