This impressive Alien street art was spotted on a building in East London. I think you'll agree it has amazing detail and showcases the talent of the artists! As an admirer of all things Alien and Robocop too, I thought these remarkable creations were worth sharing here!
Thanks to SCIFIED member **AL** for telling me about this!
It was created by two End of the Line artists - Dr Zadok and Jim Vision. Using inspiration from the original artwork of H.R Giger and introducing their own take on the work, they filled the massive hoarding with creeping, snarling Alien characters. End of the Line are a contemporary creative collective based in East London pushing new frontiers in large scale mural production and specailizing in Outdoor Murals, Videos, Events, Live & Interactive showcases, festival installations, and much more. Visit EndoftheLine for more pics and details.
Jim Rockwell AKA Vision also completed a four panel Alien mural on Great Eastern Street, as a tribute to the creators of Alien, before the release of Prometheus. I know Jim's Company will never be short of projects and want to wish him all the best for the future.....and thanks for creating such awesome work that everyone can see and enjoy!
Jim also created this amazing ROBOCOP artwork, a 50ft ED209, complete with twin Cobra cannons and environmentally sensitive yet blast resistant armour. See the full story plus pics here: ED209
"Jim Rockwell is one of the foremost aerosol artists in the UK and a pillar of the graffiti and street art scene. His incredible mural talents have seen him complete commercial projects for globally recognised clients such as Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Oakley, Sony, Kia, Disney, Capcom, Manga and Becks. The majority of his art, however, is produced for the love of painting on walls or perhaps more accurately a dislike of blank walls." Quote from: The White Canvas Project
Alien May 25th, 1979
More about Alien (movie)
When the crew of the space-tug Nostromo answers a distress call from a desolate planet, they discover a deadly alien life form that breeds with a human host. And so the horror begins - a horror which will end the lives of six crewmembers and alter the life of the seventh forever. Sigourney Weaver stars as Lieutenant Ellen Ripley in one of the most suspenseful and powerful science fiction films of all time.
Directed by Ridley Scott, Alien's release date is May 25th, 1979.
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