The Walls Project in London

November 29th, 2012 | By | 1 Comment »

Chase

The Walls Project is a series of legal spots organized by the folks behind Global Street Art. To date, they’ve organized over fifty of spots in London for local and international artists to paint. A lot of the spots they find are the roll-down shutters for shops in East London. It’s great to know that there are a couple of friendly guys in London who are simply interested in helping artists find more spots to paint and making their daily commutes a bit more interesting. You can see more of the walls and a map here.

A side note: Global Street Art are currently working on releasing their first book through Unbound, a sort of Kickstarter for books.

Here are a few of my favorites shutter pieces from The Walls Project:

2Rise and Gris

Ador

Roma

Poeta

Milo Tchais

Hunto

The Krah

Ador, The Krah, Hunto, and Milo Tchais

Bom.K

Jaw

Brusk

Jaw, Bom.K, and Brusk

Dank

Malarky, Bue, and Resto

Anthony Lister

Photos by Lee Bofkin


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  • http://twitter.com/DIRT_WORSHIP Caroline Caldwell

    I like that Chase left some of the shutter unpainted. On the reverse, I like that Lister basically did a mural that happened to have a shutter somewhere under it