continued from here.But hey! This is the East End! How could you possibly escape the graffiti and the street art? As much as Brick Lane is a visual, ethnic and cultural entity in its own right, the thread of street art that runs through it ties it with the rest of the East End. Here’s what I spotted:

Jeff SotoAnother London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Nathan Bowen

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments
An evil Ronald McDonald

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

And other unidentified ones. (Help appreciated)

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Someone does not like New Media:

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Another London | Brick Lane Moments

Brick Lane gives stiff competition to Rivington Street in the graffiti department! If you can identify these works, please do let me know!
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