New galleries: Amuk, Amed, Catherine Chinatree, Candie, Carl Kenz, Brave 1, Ster, Voyder, Dan Leo, Yeko, Soma359

Here’s the latest selection of street artists who have their own gallery page on The Street Art Directory website. We have added a few that we photographed at the recent Southend City JamAmuk, Amed, Brave 1, Ster, Voyder, Dan Leo and Yeko. We’ve got loads more artists to add to the site from the Southend jam and will share more in the coming days and weeks. There’s also work by Catherine Chinatree from Leicester and a couple from Soma359 from The Wirral, one of which was also featured in our review of street art featuring Boris Johnson.

The Dan Leo gallery brings together pics of a few of his wildlife murals. As well as the impressive crab from Southend there’s also a Black Guillemot from Bangor – an iconic bird of the town’s harbour. Slightly less geographically relevant but equally impressive is the Palm Cockatoo from Australia and New Guinea which was painted in Belfast.

Amuk‘s piece for Southend City Jam 2022.
Amed working on his mural in Southend-on-Sea – round the corner from Amuk.
Candie‘s Union Jack shutter next to Otto Schade‘s face mural in London’s Brick Lane.
A work by Catherine Chinatree which we found in Leicester.
“Love, loss n beyond” – Carl Kenz‘s contribution to Belfast’s ‘Hit The North 22’ street art festival.
Another from the Southend City Jam 2022 – this one by Brave 1 on the adjacent wall to a large mural by Dan Kitchener.
Ster, one of the organisers of the Southend City Jam, added this work to the event.
Slightly tucked away from the other murals completed for the Southend City Jam, Voyder‘s portrait of Ster was well worth seeking out.
Dan Leo working on his crab mural at the Southend City Jam.
Not quite finished, but this Yeko mural for Southend City Jam is already a bit special.
The beating heart of Liverpool captured in this Soma359 pasteup which we snapped across the Wirral in New Brighton.

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