Yesterday marked the launch of the new Amy Winehouse street art trail that we at Global Street Art have organised in collaboration with the Jewish Museum London. The trail features art by Captain Kris, Mr Cenz, Philth and Amara Por Dios – read on to find out where to see these brilliant new murals honouring the singer!
The Amy Winehouse street art trail produced in collaboration with the Jewish Museum London features Amy-inspired artworks by world class artists and celebrates the local Camden community, a place Amy called home. The trail leads to a newly commissioned installation ‘Love Is A Losing Game‘ by street artist Pegasus, who first gained recognition for his work ‘Fallen Angel’ honouring Winehouse shortly after her death.
A snapshot of Pegasus’s ‘Love is a Losing Game’ tribute to Amy
The trail coincides with the return of the ‘Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait’ exhibition to London and is a celebration of Amy’s music and her heritage. Abigail Morris, Director of the Jewish Museum London speaks about the upcoming exhibition and street art trail:
“Following its immense success around the world, we are delighted to be bringing our Amy Winehouse exhibition back to London. Our street art trail is an exciting new way to explore Amy’s impact on her local community and we are keen to celebrate her legacy through the work of these outstanding street artists.”
Here are a few behind the scenes pictures of the works in progress!
Mr Cenz’s Amy mural
Philth’s tribute to Amy
Two collaborative murals by Captain Kris and Amaro Por Dios
Click here to download the Amy Street Art Trail map and find the murals for yourself!
The street art trail and installation by Pegasus will run until the 4th of June
The exhibition ‘Amy Winehouse: A family Portrait’ will run until the 24th of September 2017
For more information visit the jewishmuseum.org.uk
Wow, looks amazing! Can’t wait to explore 🙂
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Hi there, i was wondering if it would be okay to feature some of the images in university publication, all credit will be given to the creator.
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How admirable they can draw such perfect paintings, it is the pinnacle of true art.
The paintings are perfect.Street View Online