London Street Art 4

Global Street Art Foundation

A great selection of rare gems from East London's street art epicentre

Sweet Toof and Mighty Mo taking out a huge wall in Hackney Wick. Roller kings! 

Polish artist Olek, now resident in NYC, covering a London taxi. 

Motor hasn't painted much in London recently so its great to show one of her pieces. 

French artist Zoer from CSX leads the way at using stencil caps, which help artists spray very, very fine lines. Imagine spraying paint at only a pencil's width! 

We think the artist is Shane from France. The crew is ODV, which is also Astro's crew for any other graffiti nerds out there. 

Vinnie Nylon, Word to Mother and Malarky rock this Brick Lane shutter. 

A great shutter by Colombian artist Stinkfish on Brick Lane. The shutter has been painted over many times. 

Malarky with Billy (I think)! 

Malarky and Word to Mother on a van in the Truman Brewery car park. 

Dscreet and Gold Peg on a Hackney shutter - the two make a great combination and their work always jams together well. 

A Brick Lane furniture truck adorned by Shiz and Mer. 

A series of sculptural installations by Cityzen Kane

Dead leg with another killer piece - their characters rock. 

A huge mural by D*Face on the Village Underground wall. 

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