Friday, 17 May 2013

I see Stik everywhere!

Artist Stik painted Dulwich as part of the Festival back in 2012. 

This year Street Art London is organising a very cool event “Baroque The Streets: Dulwich Street Art Festival 2013”running until the 19th May in Dulwich, and Stik added some new murals as part of this festival. 

The project is a collaboration between Street Art London and Ingrid Beazley, from Dulwich Picture Gallery. 

Along the way I found this collab by artists Thierry Noir and Stik:
Street Art London's interview: Thierry Noir
Stik’s intepretation of Three Boys, Bartolome Esteban Murillo, 1660

Stik’s interpretation of Eliza and Mary Davidson Tilly Kettle, 1784.

  Stik’s interpretation of Adam and Eve  (the Fall of Man) Pieter Coecke Van Aelst, 1520-1530

Check out these links: 

Evening Standard Article – Cult Graffiti artist Stik swaps a life on the streets for starry client list
Street Art London – Interview with Stik


  1. There is one more Stik in the area, in Blackwater Court, off Blackwater Street, very close to the one with a blue and grey background based on Mrs Moody and her Children

    1. I found it too later on and was meant to add it! Are you talking about the one with a blue background?