London Street Art 3

A bold selection of East London street art by Global Street Art

Mural by Unknown, Unknown, 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Bristol's 3Dom is a great artist and this piece shows just how well he can fuse disparate objects together. 

Mural by Unknown, Unknown, 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A very cool character by Deadleg. The text on the right gives his website URL. 

Mural by D*Face (UK), D*Face (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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This massive sculpture in the Truman Brewery is by D*Face, who's large bombs are iconic! 

Mural by Unknown, Unknown, 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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The poster 'Wait here until you are useful' is by artist Ian Stevenson who specialises in font work. 

Mural by NIMS (UK), TYPE (UK), NIMS (UK), TYPE (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A very large roller piece by artist Type. 

Mural by GETUP, ATG (UK), GETUP, ATG (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Artist Getup paints the word 'Getbusy' with tons of funk in Whitechapel. 

Mural by DONK (UK), DONK (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Huge poster works by artist Donk. 

Mural by Only1Duk (UK), Only1Duk (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Only1Duk is the artists name and you'll have seen his ducks before if you've been to East London over the past 5 or so years. 

Mural by Masai (UK), Masai (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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UK artist Masai, well known for his animal portraits, painting with False if I'm not mistaken.

Mural by DON (UK), DON (UK), 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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Stencil artist Don near Whitecross Street

Mural by Unknown, Unknown, 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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A truck by Panik in Whitechapel. There was a trend a year or two ago for truck drivers to have their trucks painted but the enthusiasm seems to have waned of late. 

Mural by Invader, Invader, 2011, From the collection of: Global Street Art Foundation
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An Invader piece (French artist) in Covent Garden of all places

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