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.
In 2010 Otto did this piece entitled “The Godfather” depicting Marlon Brando, who played one of the main characters in the same named movie. This was a commission done by Otto including different spots at Mothers Bar in Shoreditch, London, UK.
Otto painted this artwork named “Meercat” in 2014 in Brick Lane, London (2.0 x 2.8 m). This artwork was commissioned by a new mobile app called Fotozino. This is one of Otto’s ribbon piece with texts on them. In this case you can see some important cities with good street art worldwide.
Two marvellous artworks done by Otto on two 3.0 x 3.0 m shutter in Brick Lane, London back in 2013. We can see Otto’s trademark styles next to each other: on the left his stencil technique and on the right his infamous ribbon styled artwork.
In 2016 – while being on holidays in his home country of Chile – Otto has left a peaceful statement for his fellow citizens in Valparaiso. Another great artwork where we can see Otto’s signature style of using ribbons forming this work of piece entitled “Peace”. It was painted on a 2 x 3 m […]
This artwork was commissioned by an estate agency in 2011 in Redchurch Street, London only a minute walk away from Brick Lane (Peach State Agency), organised by Rooms Art Magazine. Brick Lane is world famous for its street art, which features artists from all over the world. Brick Lane has been used in many music […]
Another great commission entitled “The Gift” (6.1 x 2.4 m) done by Otto Schade in 2011 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 magnificent piece entitled “You’ve got the Power” by Otto Schade was commissioned back in May 2012 by the previous establishment which is now Dark Sugars in Hanbury Street, London in 2011 on a 1.8m x 6m gate. This piece is taking inspiration from Michelangelo’s famous fresco painting “The Creation of Adam”. The original illustrates […]