Take a tour of Sheffield’s street artwork with our gallery from the streets of Ecclesall Road and Sharrow

A city’s street art is a part of its identity as much as its hills and roads, and Sheffield has some cracking examples.

Here, The Star takes a look at just some of the iconic pieces adoring the streets and alleys of Sharrow on Ecclesall Road and Sharrow Vale Road, including some of works by Bubba 2000 and Colourarti that have stood the test of time.

They include the many pieces that have found a home on the former Red’s True Barbecue on Cemetery Avenue as well as the iconic recreation of the Jarvis Cocker ‘Still Common’ mural on Snuff Mill Lane.

These are just a sample though, and there are many more to find. Feel free to use this as a walking guide of the area and see what else you can find.

For more information on many pieces and to keep tabs on new art to appear in the city, the Street Art Sheffield website is a great resource for artists, locations and the latest pieces.

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