Adam Neate, a renowned British street artist, is breaking new ground with his latest works. This self taught painter started getting some attention when after he realized the paintings he was donating to charity we’re getting binned, he began leaving thousands of his paintings on the streets of London for whomever may wish to take or leave them. In the early days he started with simple materials using cardboard to paint on mostly. Now Adam is proving why he is one of Britain’s most exciting young artist with his new exhibit, The Flock Series. These abstract 3D paintings/sculptures seem like something Picasso would have gotten into if he was young in the 90s. Other then conceptual advancement, Adam has advanced material-wise as well using perspex, metal, leather, and assorted fabrics to create these latest pieces. He has really defined his style, from complex 3D layering to his use of bold color and impeccable line. Below are pieces from The Flock Series as well as a couple other works of Adam’s along with a short walk through of the exhibit that was on display at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms in London. Keep a look out, you can bet Adam has more tricks up his sleeves.