London’s free street art picture gallery from iwitness24

15:23 19 February 2012

Jas Bhabra has photographed street art around London

Jas Bhabra has photographed street art around London's East End. Picture via iwitness24

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iwitness24 contributor Jas Bhabra has been out and about in London’s East End taking photographs of some of the capital’s best street art, all of which is available to view for free.

He said places such as Brick Lane, Spitalfields, Hackney Road, Old Street, Bethnal Green, Commercial Street, Dalston, Shoreditch and the South Bank are good for spotting eye-catching work by street artists.

“I urge you all to get out and discover for yourself some of this fantastic and diverse work,” he said.

“You’ll find humour, political statements, dark and edgy subversive images and just beautiful, intricate creations too.

“Remember it’s all totally accessible, continuingly changing and free. You’ll probably go to new places and discover different pubs, shops, markets and cafes too.”

Some of the photos in the gallery feature artists ROA, MALARKEY, STIK MAN, DON and TOASTER.

“I hope this article makes you see our London walls from a different and enjoyable perspective,” added Jas.

Have you seen any impressive street art around London? We’d love to see it too so take some pictures and then sign up at London.iwitness24.co.uk to share your work.

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