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Add Fuel, Street Art Mural, Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London 2017. Photo credit Jose Pando Lucas

Street Artist Add Fuel goes out on the Tiles in Shoreditch, London 2017

August 4, 2017

Portuguese artist Add Fuel recently spent time in London for Festival Iminente, curated by fellow street artist Vhils, that brought a weekend of music and art to the streets of London. Add Fuel left a permanent art reminder ‘Remember your Roots’ on the famous Brick Lane, Shoreditch, an area dedicated to street art, paste ups […]

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Hunto Street Art, Brick Lane, Shoreditch

Hunto’s colourful street art brightens up a rainy day on Brick lane, Shoreditch.

May 10, 2016

Take a walk around the uber hip streets of Shoreditch and you can’t miss Hunto’s brightly coloured murals. Originally from Brindisi, Italy, Hunto moved to London’s East End and has been a major player in Shoreditch’s street art scene ever since. Brought up with graffiti and a book of Picasso, Hunto swapped his tags for […]

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GraffitiStreet ‘Underground’ Group Show in pictures

July 5, 2015

GraffitiStreet held our second urban group show title ‘Underground‘ in the street art mecca of Shoreditch, London on the 2nd July 2015 for one night only! With over four hundred strong attendance, the exhibition had a great vibe and we were stoked you all enjoyed the group show. For all of you that missed hanging out […]

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GraffitiStreet Underground pre group show on the streets of London

July 5, 2015

GraffitiStreet hit london’s vibrant streets of Shoreditch for our second group show tilted Underground. Shoreditch is the mecca of street art and attracts thousands of visitors and street artists to East London’s most creative district. Before we opened the doors to our group show our artists graced the streets of Shoreditch to do what they do best… check […]

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Pichiavo’s new wall piece in Sclater Street, London

February 28, 2015

We were lucky enough to catch up with spanish graffiti duo Pichiavo. Pichi and Avo flew over from Valencia to London to show GraffitiStreet what they do best, and they certainly impressed us with their latest mural, mixing their fine art skills with graffiti writing perfectly. Take a walk down Sclater street, Shoreditch and you will be greeted by […]

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Love for the streets (Valentine’s Special)

February 14, 2015

Street artists all over the world use love as the basis for their artwork. Lets share the love and celebrate Valentines day by looking at some of the most heart felt street murals out there … Committed by Nils Westergard can be found in the romantic city of Paris. This beautiful mural reminds us that […]

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Discover the Vibrant Street Art Scene of Shoreditch with over 100 pictures, East London 2013-2014

July 10, 2014

Walking around Shoreditch is a treat for any art lover. The area is a hub for street art and boasts some of the city’s most innovative and experimental exhibitions. The vibrant cultural scene is visible all over Shoreditch and beyond, showcasing the work of both established and emerging artists. As you wander the streets, you’ll […]

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GraffitiStreet Launch Event in pictures

June 11, 2014

On the 5th & the 6th of June, GraffitiStreet was launched with a big bang, with over 450 people attending our big launch event. From showcasing an eclectic mix of styles and genres within the urban art world, free booze and an old skool hip hop DJ who was scratching the surface, to live spray painting at Blackall […]

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No Lifeguard on Duty at Club Aquarium

May 27, 2014

Less than 24 hours after stencil artist La Staa arrived from the viking city Oslo, he was back at it again, this time hassling the streets of London at dawn. Leaving his trademark King of Chess piece on the Shoreditch Art Wall simply wasn’t enough. La Staa couldn’t have chosen a better setting for his […]

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Painting the Shoreditch Art Wall

May 26, 2014

Saturday 24th May, 2014 marked a major milestone in GraffitiStreet’s history with the creation of two stunning artworks in the very heart of London’s world-renowned creative district. The two large-scale pieces, by Hunto (Italy) and La Staa (Norway) respectively, make imposing and highly memorable additions to Shoreditch’s already impressive roster of street art. The location […]

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Thierry Noir and Stik paint the huge Village Underground Wall, London 2013

October 10, 2013

Thierry Noir has been invited to paint with the local artist Stik in Shoreditch on the 600-square-foot Village Underground Wall. They both painted their iconic characters on the wall in a dialogue. The characters are simple for both artists as they started painting illegally, and their art needed to be painted quickly. Street Art London curated […]

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