Brighton Wins at Street Art
For many Brightonians seeing graffiti and street art around is completely normal. With different artworks popping up on a daily basis, it’s no surprise that they would get even more creative. As you walk down the North Laines in particular, towards Jubilee Library you’re bound to find plenty of different walls covered in murals of different topics.
I’m sure most of you are aware of The Prince Alberts amazing mural art that is beautifully dressed in bright colours and influencing musicians. Sinna One is the man. Not only has he done murals all over Brighton landmarks, but since 2011 he has been decorating Brighton boxes.
Focusing on cartoon characters and influenced by styles such as heavy music, comics, sci-fi and graffiti culture he has an artistic eye and keen gift that has been enlightening our unique and technicolour dream streets.
A fellow Brightonian has posted on Twitter his findings.
Brighton has won at the whole wall graffiti thing!
Oh my! pic.twitter.com/SQ7y5ES2rb
— David Kirkbride (@d_kirkbride1) April 24, 2017
Dogs! Dogs everywhere, different breeds, sizes etc.
Today we caught the street artist ‘Sinna One’ working on a new piece.
Some skills he has got going on there!
Brighton based artist and muralist has work seen on walls, galleries, festivals and even in books over the past few years. Every day his art takes a new leap into expressive and detailed street delights. This proud, encapsulated to all the seven deadly sins artist is one of Brightons many eye opening talents that makes you want to make a double turn.
If you have come across some of his marvellous artwork, or even just found some interesting graffiti art in Brighton that you’d like to share with us, then help us discover. We are always interested in taking a look at the wonderful things Brighton has to show us.