The Masked Man of Sardinia

Graffiti Artist Manu Invisible crouches next to graffiti mural spelling Influence

 Sardinia’s Manu Invisible visits London.

While visiting London last Thursday I ventured to Chalk Farm on an Urban Art adventure. Alighting Chalk Farm underground station then passing the Roundhouse club, I approached the Ferdinand housing estate. Then I heard that familiar sound!

Following the UK Graffiti & Street Art scene, I instantly recognize the sound of a spraycan rattle. I turned and from a distance I saw an artist working the basketball court previously occupying  a mural by London’s Jim Vision. Applying finishing touches to this new piece was Italian artist Manu Invisible. Attired in paint splattered black complete with a geometric styled mask, Manu looked like a modern day superhero armed with a spraycan.

Proficient in various urban styles, Manu often demonstrates a propagandistic style & message. His latest work is no different, titled ‘Influence’ this eyecatching mural with it’s bold & vivid colours packs a poweful punch to the walls of North London.

Ferdinand Estate, Chalk Farm, London, UK. Taken March 2017.

Taken from the urban shutterbug uk instagram account.

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