Art of the Streets – Shoreditch
Posted on May 29th, 2014 at 3:19 am by admin

Suggested by friends we did this Street-Art-Tour through London East. With nicest 28° we followed the leader to discover plenty murals, past-ups, stick-ups, graffitis and stencils. Karim gave a lot of insights and background-stories on the many artists working there legally and illegally. Within the four hours tour [!] we’ve seen works by Christiaan Nagel, Stik, Invader, Obey Giant, C215, Eine, Xylo, dr.d, Phlegm, Roa, Ben Wilson, Dal East, El Mac, Thierry Noir, Clet Abraham and Pablo Delgado who has a current exhibition at Howard Griffin Gallery where the tour ended. The tour was definitely good and I have the straight feeling I will do it again some day. There is too much to see and the pieces of work change quite rapidly. And well, I took too many fotos to show them all here, so I dropped a lot of them on >> flickr >> check them out if you like. Sorry if I forgot to name a few important artists here, it’s just too much to handle. I did my best. [Thanks a lot to Ira, Assia, Schucko, Laura and J.J.F. for a splendid time and thanx to Karim and the crew from streetartlondon.co.uk/tours >>]

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

Street Art in London

This is just a random selection of pictures. For more images check out the flickr-site >>

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Link Here | May 29, 2014,

Echt ein paar hübsche Kunstwerke dabei. Banksy wurde auf jeden Fall vergessen zu nennen 😉

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Link Here | May 29, 2014,

hab tatsächlich vergessen den grossmeister zu nennen. war aber keine absicht. dafür sind seine bilder jetzt auch oft hinter glas und schutzschicht. wie sagte der tourguide: there is the law & there is the banksy-law …

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