Mural by Banksy by BanksyGlobal Street Art Foundation
Great Britain boasts some great graffiti, and it's not all just about Banksy! From Bristol and beyond, scroll on to discover some of the nation's best street art. Use the arrows and click-and-drag the street view panels to explore some artsy alleyways...
London's Brick Lane is well-known for its rich street art. With works by some of the biggest names out there. But make sure to explore the side streets to find lesser-known gems. This heron was painted by Belgian artist, ROA.
Spanish artist Aryz took part in the 2011 grafitti festival See No Evil. Using spray cans and paint rollers he made this enormous mural of a hipster werewolf in just a day and a half.
Nick Walker’s bowler hatted man pouring paint on Nelson Stre
Just down the road, local artist Nick Walker painted this gentleman vandal. At the next See No Evil, James 'sheOne' Choules added his iconic abstract swirls, making this the then-largest mural in the world.
Manchester-based street art group OuthouseMCR have turned this former toilet on the corner of Tib Street and Thomas Street in to an ever-changing alfresco art gallery. Keep your eyes open, as this ladybird by Jerome Davenport, AKA Ketones6000, will fly away soon!
Camille Wallala's Dream Come True takes its bright colours and bold outlines from retro '80s aesthetics, bringing a new twist on Old Street.
Don't look down! This falling shopper by world-renowned artist Banksy is painted on the side of a disused high rise on London's Bruton Lane.
French artist Thierry Noir is best known for painting the Berlin Wall, and features here on the side of a Shoreditch townhouse.
The Guardian Angel (2012 - 2012) by StikDulwich Outdoor Gallery
In Blackwater Court, London, you can find this joyous little piece by Stik, an artist better known for painting enormous stick figures on the side of very tall buildings.
Hidden in the backstreets of Peckham is this eye-dazzling optical illusion by Iranian muralist Mehdi Ghadyanloo. One of the few places outside of Tehran where you can see his work.
Working under the name Faunagraphic, Sarah Yates has been painting nature-inspired murals since 2006. This blue tit has brightened the days of many Mancunians since it was painted in 2011 as part of the Wall to Wall project.
Banksy's Well Hung Lover was the UK's first legal piece of street art, and announced the 2006. Still, the artwork has attracted a lot of controversy from Banksy's rivals, and has been defaced numerous times.
Kobra, Chelsea (2013) by KobraThe Street Museum of Art