Where is there street art in London
London has one of the world's largest and finest collections of graffiti and street art. Local and international artists have decorated London's streets with an incredible array of creative works, ranging from miniature paper sculptures to multi-story murals.
Areas like Shoreditch, Camden, Brick Lane, and Leak Street are well-known for their lighted murals, the alternative atmosphere they create, the variety of artistic techniques, and the mutual respect between leading international artists who collaborate with emerging street artists and graffiti artists. Street art in London's neighborhoods is constantly changing, as are murals on building facades, which are constantly changing the public space.
Graffiti and street art are a changing and dynamic – the appearance of an art work on the map, does not prove that the work still exists, and has not been disrupted/removed/deleted.
The maps contain about 50% of the art works in those neighborhoods – so you always have more to discover by yourself…
This post is part of a dedicated series of posts
on street art and graffiti in London
Among the artists in posts about London:
ROA, Stik, Zabou, Nerone, Banksy, Alice Pasquini, Soker Uno, Gary Stanger, Irony, Dan Kitchener, Voydor, Fanakapan, DRT, Sr.X, Decolife, JXC, Marija Tiurina, Woskerski, Luke Smile, Nerone , MadC, Rosie Woods, Camille Walala, David Shillinglaw, Clifton Street,
Dale Grimshaw, Busk One, Stik, Bambi, C215, Phlegm, Pegasus, Space Invader, Jonesy, Frankie Strand, Sweet Toof, Amara Por Dios, Fanakapan, Eine, Jimmy C