London is an ever-changing canvas for street artists who cover the buildings in magnificent murals, cool stickers, political activism and more kinds of urban art.
Here are some of the best places to see the soul of London
Street art changes almost daily in Shoreditch, making it one of the best areas in London to see developing trends and styles in urban graffiti.
This electric part of East London is an ever-changing area filled with painted shutters and spectacular graffiti art.
Venture to Croydon to discover some of London’s best public street art.
If you’re in Croydon, don’t forget to visit RISEgallery to see work by big names such as Banksy, Damien Hirst, and Andy Warhol. Also, RISEgallery runs The Arts Quater project, which supports artists and local landowners to designate public areas where street art can be showcased.
This south London district is famous for Electric Avenue, its bustling markets and the marvellous labyrinth of street art. The walls echo Brixton’s local heritage, various music genres and flashes of history.
Memorial Street Art
Throughout London, you’ll find some touching memorial street art that pays tribute to Britain’s greatest artists.