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Inspiring City
Street art blog featuring the best artists, interviews, murals and graffi..
A balloon Pac Man attempting to eat a balloon piece of pizza by Fanakapan on Brick Lane. This is the latest piece of street art from the ..read more
Perhaps the place most synonymous with murals, street art and graffiti in London is Shoreditch. Wall art, paste ups, stickers, sculpture. ..read more
A giant mural in Barcelona has been created by street artist Yoseba MP. Depicting a tower of “castellers’ this is essentially a homage ..read more
Street art by Brazilian artist Cranio has been appearing in London. The street artist is well known in the city. He’s visited quite a ..read more
The Truman Brewery has a long history. Sitting on Brick Lane it was once known as the Black Eagle Brewhouse. It developed alongside the ..read more
Imaginary City is a visual essay documenting the development of Norway’s Nuart street art Festival. From film makers Kristina Borhes and ..read more
It’s been 10 years since Saki & Bitches first entered the street art scene. Her graphic female characters lit up the streets of ..read more
Perhaps the place most synonymous with street art and graffiti in London is Shoreditch. Here it can all be seen. Wall art, paste ups, ..read more
Possibly the most famous location in the UK to find street art and graffiti. Brick Lane is synonymous with the urban art scene in London. ..read more
The WOM collective, an all female group of street artists, put on their first paint jam of the year in the Leake Street Tunnel. First ..read more

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