Blackall St – ‘Art thieves operating in this area’

Friday 14 June 2013 – Shoreditch, London.

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I frequently walk up to Camden on Friday afternoons and today I decided to go via Shoreditch and visit Blackall St, an alley off of Great Eastern St.

Blackall St, is a narrow single lane road surrounded on both sides by the back of office blocks, it is also the home to a wide range of graffiti and street art. I imagine it is worth a visit every couple of months to see what is new. It is a cool little street and I had an enjoyable twenty minutes perusing the large number of small pieces, too many to really take it all in.

I did not recognise many of the artists, so will start with the few I do know.

RUN

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I have not seen any Bortusk characters since my first street art walk along Regents Canal back in December – and the ones I saw then have all gone from the canal walls.

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MOTFU

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MOTFU and Alice Pasquini’s lovers

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D7606 stickers

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And loads of other things, I really like the Thomas the tanks and the sheep.

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The woman on the bottom of the door is by C215

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About wheresphil

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, now living in London.
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