GraffitiStreet ‘Underground 2016’ Urban Art Group Show in pictures

GraffitiStreet held the second edition of ‘Underground’ in Hoxton, East London. The opening night, on 29th September 2016, had a great vibe due to nearly five hundred of you lovely people attending and the GS team are stoked you all enjoyed the group show.

For all of you that missed… the opening night of Underground 2016… hanging out with the street artists… dope artwork by Bisser, Pahnl, J P S, Hunto, Dzia, Ador, My Dog sighs, Joachim, Ernesto Maranje, Ruben Sanchez, Nils Westergard, Loes Van Delft… an uncaged Tiger on the loose by the uber talented Hua Tunan… live spray painting for ‘Streets of London’ charity… tasty craft beer by Inkspot Brewery… chilled wine… beats… free GS t-shirts and spray-cans pimped by our artists for the first one hundred of you through the door!!… Then here’s what happened!

Underground 2016 Urban art group was held at Hoxton Arches, 402 Cremer street and ran daily until Tuesday 4th October 2016. The artworks for Underground 2016 can now be purchased via the online store.

Check out the video of the opening night below…

A massive thank you to everyone who came to Underground 2016 and a special thank you to all of you behind the scenes who made this years urban art group show a success.



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