London Street Art 2

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Photos by Lee Bofkin for Global Street Art

Teddy Baden near Whitecross Street, Islington. These electricity boxes have survived a good few years with minimal tagging! 

Malarky was one of London's most prolific street artists for a time. He painted much of Brick Lane it seemed!

Malarky and friends in Hackney. 

Sweet Toof and Malarky in Hackney Wick. 

Invader's 100th piece in London, in Broadway Market. 

Stik in Hackney - still going strong! 

Stik on Commercial Road. Sadly this piece has long since disappeared. 

A sculptural installation by Ronzo. A whole host of these appeared throughout the year. 

Brazilian artist Zezao (above) using his typical blue colours and abstract shapes to grace a huge hoarding in the Red Market. 

Christiaan Nagel using insulation foam and spraypaint to make his distinctive mushrooms. 

Otto Schade make an rat uncharacteristically cute. Possibly a little nod to Banksy's rats. 

Code FC in the run up to the Olympics.

Artist Teddy Baden stenciling along the Hackney Road.

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