8 Must See Locations in London for Street Art

You can admire graffiti art almost everywhere in the city, but these selected sites will make your journey around the capital much easier

By Google Arts & Culture

Rivington Street

Check a Banksy in the backyard of the Cargo Club. If you go further in the street, you can check more works from him and other important street artists.

Great Eastern Street

Already icons of the neighborhood, the two tube trains are covered with graffiti. Close to them, you can see several other artworks in different sizes.

Princelet Street

This beautiful red door is the canvas for another Stik's work. You can also see another piece by him very close to this one.

Toynbee Street

Even though easily missed in the traditional street art tours, this street was the place for Robbie Williams record the music video for "Candy" and the legends A.C.E and Shepard Fairey add their artworks to the street's collection.

Shoreditch High Street

One of the main streets for street art, check Christiaan Nagel mushroom sculpture and Gregos Art faces.

Heneage Street

The masterpiece by Lewis Campbell portraying "Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil ad See No Evil" can be seen in the detail of this street.

Fashion Street

This beautiful portrait is made only by drip paint. In this street, you can also check the characters from Batman and others pop culture personalities.

Brick Lane

Finally, we arrive at Brick Lane, possible the most famous place for street art in London. Great names already add their artworks to the street's walls, including the Brazilian duo OsGemeos.

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