Street Art in East London

So signing up to Groupon in London has been pretty useful at getting me to places I wouldn’t normally go for a wander.  Prime example is this Street Art walk I went on in East London; starting in Aldgate, heading through to Spittalfields market and ending up in the Shoreditch/Hoxton area.  We had great weather, and a really interesting and sound guide.  He showed us some great and crazy stuff, but the best way to explain it to you would be to show you, so take a look at some of the best street art we came across.

 DSC_0082Ben Eine – Alphabet work



ROA– Rat, Stork & hedgehog

  DSC_0114Conor Harrington – calvary


DSC_0151Ronzo & Invader – monsters, invaders etc

DSC_0163Mobstr – TEXT DSC_0167Sweet Toof – teeth

DSC_0168Pabalo Delgado – minatures

  DSC_0188Christian Naagal – toadstools


DSC_0194Jimmy C – bolt and bubble face

  DSC_0203STIK – stickmen


NEMO – carrots

After leaving the tour, me and my pal did some googling of the infamous Banksy vs. Robbo war  as per recommendation of the knowledgeable tour guide and discovered this great story that sums it up just perfectly… It was a war alright!

 DSC_0130     DSC_0106

Definitely recommend you go on this tour, it changes every single day as street art get torn down and “thrown up” again and again, so enjoy!



About wilsoemi

A 1st Class Biological Sciences graduate, with a Masters degree in Conservation Biology. Dedicated to nature and conservation, with over three years voluntary experience in environmental and conservation charities and NGO's. Currently working for the World Society for the Protection of Animals and volunteering for London Wildlife Trust.
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