We’ve found the best locations in London for street art lovers – and stick man fans.
Street artist Stik started painting his simple, but deeply adorable stick men in 2001. Sixteen years later, his line-drawn murals can be spotted on walls all over the capital, hidden in doorways, lurking in the bushes, and sometimes looming over the skyline. They’ve even appeared in Brighton, New York, Tokyo and beyond – but here are some of the most eye-catching Stik locations in London.
Towering over South Acton:
This 38-metre mural is the tallest piece of street art in the country.
Frolicking at Shoreditch City Farm:
Hiding out in Dulwich:
Feeling a’frayed in Hackney:
Splashing around in south London:
Looking shifty above Last Days of Shoreditch:
Sitting around in Dulwich:
To be honest we’re not sure where this one is. Sorry.
Hanging out on Rivington Street:
Having it out on Grimsby Street, off Brick Lane:
Holding hands in Spitalfields:
Getting back to nature in Dalston:
A family day out at the Eastern Curve Garden:
Stealing away on Pitfield Street, Islington:
Taking some time out in Phoenix Gardens, near Soho:
And finally, hugging it out in Hackney:
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