From Banksy to JPS 15 pieces of street art in Sussex

Street art has come a long way from messy ‘tags’ being spray painted on underpasses.

Monday, 1st March 2021, 2:28 pm
Banksy Graffiti on St Leonards seafront ten years ago.
Banksy Graffiti on St Leonards seafront ten years ago.

Thanks to artists like Banksy street art has grown in popularity.

Some of their work can be found in Sussex, but he isn’t the only artist gracing the walls of the county.

You can find work by JPS, ATM, and Worthing’s Horace.

'The Big Deal' in North Pallant, Chichester.

Here is a round up of just some pieces you can discover...

Smudge art work which overlooks Morrison's car park in Hastings. Picture: Google Street View
Mural of wheelchair tennis champion Lauren Jones on the wall of The Piggery in 2 Broadwater St East, Worthing. Photo by Derek Martin Photography.
Cat by JPS in West Pallant, Chichester.
Graffiti in Polegate, Wannock cross-roads. Picture: Peter Cripps
Graffiti on wall of Dark Star Brewery, Partridge Green. Nick Pyle Logistics manager. Photo by Derek Martin
Horace has debuted a new artwork outside the New Amsterdam pub in High Street, Worthing, themed around David Bowie and the coronavirus pandemic .
Luke Henley with his mural in front of the Perch in Lancing. Picture: Luke Henley
The Kissing Coppers on the wall of the Prince Albert pub in Brighton. Picture: Google Street View
Banksy Graffiti on St Leonards seafront ten years ago.
Street mural by Lothar Götz on Towner Gallery in Eastbourne.
NHS mural by Worthing's Horace.
Previously on this site was street art featuring Prince Charles in Norman Street, Hastings. Picture: Google Street View
Award-winning Sussex artist ‘S.o.S’ aka Sarah Gillings has created a mural on a neglected WC toilet block adjacent to the Saltdean tunnels.
Banksy style street art in Ifield Road Crawley. Pic Steve Robards SR2012015 SUS-200112-122640001