Earlier today Banksy posted a photo of a new piece on his website banksy.co.uk: The location was quickly discovered, by members of online forums, to be in Bridge Place near Victoria Station. After work I went down there and took … Continue reading
CEPT has done some really great walls and shutters in the East London area. Here is a little collection of some of his work. Click the images for more details about locations etc.
Here is a little collection of shop shutters from the East London area. Continue reading
Signal Gallery is opening up in a new location on November 18th 2010, so it is a good occation to have a look at some of the murals covering the wall outside the old Curtain Road location over the last … Continue reading
Here are some photos of David Walker‘s stunning works in Curtain Road and his contribution to Shift Work 2010, “Art under the Westways”. Video: David Walker in New York More Info: http://artofdavidwalker.com My photos on Flickr
UPDATE 13/02/2011: This wall has now been painter over. Boxi just hit London with a fantastic piece in Scrutton Street, near the Moniker Art Fair at the Village Underground. More Info Photo by Romany WG http://www.senkel-online.de/boxi/ Boxi at Carmichael Gallery … Continue reading
Seems like new Banksys are appearing every day now! This one can be found at The Highway, near Dock Street in Wapping. The piece is a take on The Clash’s album cover for “London Calling”. London Calling is the third … Continue reading
If you are heading down to Southwark to see Banksy’s new “Haring Dog”, you should take a little break outside Borough Tube Station to have a look at this nicely decorated BT cabinet. The work is a collaboration between BT, … Continue reading
On Friday a new Banksy popped up in The Grange, SE1 London. The piece is a tribute to the artist Keith Haring. Today I went down to Southwark and took these photos: Location: View Larger Map
Australian painter and muralist James Cochran is in London and has left a fantastic piece in Shoreditch, demonstrating his drip painting style. Go and see it yourself on the corner of Chance Street and Redchurch Street. Hopefully we’ll see more … Continue reading
Bortusk Leer has hit Shoreditch with a series of colourful and strange creatures.
Works by polish artist Jarema Drogowski has popped up in Shoreditch recently . These two were found on the Foundry and in Rivington Street. More Info: Website: http://www.panjarema.com