Arofish – Plague Doctor in Boot Street
Arofish on the South Bank
Arofish – Eject and Survive, London Bridge
Arofish gallery in Old Street
Arofish canvas on display at the now closed vegan Pogo Cafe in Hackney.
Arofish – Paras and Angels in Cold Blow Lane, New Cross. This design was later turned into a print.
When I was taking this picture of Arofish’s work in Cold Blow Lane a passing motorist hooted their horn and got out. Normally this means I’m about to get a mouthful along the lines of ‘you saddo, what do you want to take pictures of that for’ blah, blah. One time this was even done by someone in a Tottenham shirt (which made it all the harder to take seriously)! So it made a nice change for a lady to ask who it was by and then to tell me how much it brightens up a depressing tunnel and even her day. I have to agree.
Arofish – Palestine – the Incredible Shrinking Homeland (Southbank, London) 2004
Arofish – Old Street Madonna Live in Gaza – a reworked version of the live in Gaza image from a station walkway in London Bridge
Arofish – scarecrow on a cross (Old Street roundabout, London) 2005
Arofish – Rogue Seekers (Old Street roundabout, London) 2005
Arofish – Rogue Seekers detail (Old Street roundabout, London) 2005
Arofish – Reach. At one time this tunnel in Cold Blow Lane, New Cross pretty much featured all of best known Arofish’s stencils but i I doubt anything now remains.
In August 2005 Arofish held a show at the Foundry near Old Street. This “Switch off and dream” piece was sprayed up on the outside of the building.
The show was held in the basement of the Foundry and featured many of Arofish’s large scale works from his time in Palestine. This stencil shows half of Ariel Sharon’s face lying in a pool of sewage.
Arofish – South Bank, London
Arofish – Santa (2005)
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