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Some street art I spotted myself, which makes a bit of a change!  This selection was all found en route from my house in west London to Brick Lane (where I was heading for beigels).

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The last special edition of 2016, and it’s a selection of work I spotted in and around Brick Lane near the beginning of December.

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Some more street art from the Brick Lane area of London.  I’m afraid I wasn’t as careful with my note taking this time so the photos are labelled with a location where possible, but otherwise your guess is as good as mine!

Sclater Street, E1

Sclater Street, E1

Sclater Street, E1

Sclater Street, E1

Sclater Street, E1

Sclater Street, E1

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Cheshire Street, E2

Cheshire Street, E2

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Grimsby Street, E2

Grimsby Street, E2

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Pedley Street, E1

Pedley Street, E1

Junction of Brick Lane and Quaker Street, E1

Junction of Brick Lane and Quaker Street, E1

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Bacon Street, E2

Bacon Street, E2

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Brick Lane (near Tatty Devine)

Brick Lane (near Tatty Devine)

Sclater Street, E1

Sclater Street, E1

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Sclater Street/Bethnal Green Road, E1

Chance Street, E1

Chance Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

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Braithwaite Street, E1

Braithwaite Street, E1

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At the start of April I went to visit the Terry Pratchett mural that was being done by Jim Vision and Dr Zadok.  At the time of my visit the mural was only half finished, although it still looked amazing (click here for my previous blog post on this).  I finally got a chance to go back and view the finished mural at the end of May, and here it is.

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It truly is a work of art.  Go and see it if you get the chance.

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These are the last few pieces I saw in east London during Easter weekend, I’ve saved my favourite artist until last and given him a special edition all to himself.  Here’s some of the beautiful work of Paul Don Smith.

Brick Lane, E1.

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Buxton Street, E1.  It’s such a shame that some idiot has tagged over the top of Heath Ledger.

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During Easter weekend I visited the Brick Lane area of London and picked up a hell of a lot of street art.  This is the second batch from Brick Lane and Grimsby Street.  To view the first batch (all of which were seen in Hanbury Street), click here.

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Grimsby Street, E1.

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I visited Brick Lane on Easter Sunday and I was positively spoilt for choice when it came to street art.  I photographed so much of it that I’ve decided to split it between a few special edition blog posts rather than featuring one a week (which might well take us up until the end of the year!). This first batch of street art can all be found on Hanbury Street, E1 (and as an added bit of trivia, Hanbury Street was also the street where Jack the Ripper murdered Annie Chapman).  The scale of some of these is truly breathtaking, and they do need to be seen to be believed. SASE_04_01 SASE_04_02SASE_04_03SASE_04_04SASE_04_05 SASE_04_06 SASE_04_07 SASE_04_08 SASE_04_09 SASE_04_10 SASE_04_11SASE_04_12 SASE_04_13 SASE_04_14

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