Fin DAC, Cheshire Street, Shoreditch, August 2016

609. Cheshire Street, Shoreditch (1)

Street artists are like busses…nothing for ages and then two come along together. This is a small piece by Fin DAC tucked away in Shoreditch and when I took the photograph I didn’t know who it was by. Then, recently I posted a piece by him from Bristol’s Upfest and I recalled this picture and can post it now.

Fin DAC, Cheshire Street, Shoreditch, August 2016
Fin DAC, Cheshire Street, Shoreditch, August 2016

The two pieces are very different, and the Shoreditch one is more typical of the Geisha that one normally associates with the artist. In both instances though it is the painted eye mask that gives away the artist’s identity – his signature if you like. At the time I took this I thought it was worth a snap. It was a good decision.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

9 thoughts on “609. Cheshire Street, Shoreditch (1)”

      1. I have only done a couple because it means getting all the images in one place. After that you just post the theme and the images. I did one on geishas. I was going to do one on roosters but…logistics.

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  1. Funny how the fur trim ends up looking like the cat’s tail, which is in fact, more like a rat’s rather than a squirrel’s. Those Sphinx cats are really remarkable. The human figure reminds me of Prince.

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