London’s fantastic ‘FREE’ Street Art – 2012

London’s fantastic ‘FREE’ Street Art – 2012
by Jas Bhabra from Paddington GBR on 12 Feb 2012

London’s fantastic ‘FREE’ Street Art – 2012

Here are some of my photos from visiting some of the street artists that I found predominately in the East End of London. Places such as Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Hackney Road, Old Street, Bethnal Green, Commercial Street, Dalston, Shoreditch and the South Bank areas to name a few.

So I urge you all to get out and discover for yourself some of this fantastic and diverse work. You’ll find humour, political statements, dark and edgy subversive images and just beautiful, intricate creations too. Remember it’s all totally accessible, continuingly changing and FREE. You’ll probably go to new places and discover different pubs, shops, markets and cafes too.

Some of the photos posted feature ROA, MALARKEY, STIK MAN, DON, TOASTER, however, there are now dozens and dozens at work which is great.

I hope this article makes you see our London walls from a different and enjoyable perspective.

Jas Bhabra


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