Known as one of the best street art cities in the world, London is also home to numerous urban art galleries. Interested in buying street art yourself but not sure where to go? Then check out these awesome street art galleries in London!
An insider's guide to the best places to see street art in London. It lists well-known London street art locations such as Shoreditch and Hackney, but also some fantastic gems generally not known to tourists (or locals).
In celebration of his 30-year long career, iconic American street artist Shepard Fairey recently returned to London for a special gallery show. Here are some photos of his characteristic artworks, including some of the murals he painted in East London.
Street art has always been a main subject on 'Dutch Girl in London'. Through my blog I've met some many great fellow bloggers and in today's blog post I want to highlight 3 street art bloggers you should follow!
From 28 till 30 July 2018 the city of Bristol was largely covered in scaffolding allowing street artists and graffiti writers from all over the world to create stunning artworks for the 10th edition of Upfest, Europe's largest street art and graffiti festival. It was an extremely difficult process but here are a few of my personal highlights of Upfest 2018!
In today's post I want to share some of the witty artworks by Belgian stencil artist Jaune with you that I came across this week on and around Brick Lane – possibly the most famous destination in London for graffiti writers, street artists and urban art aficionados.
There are some exciting street art festivals happening in the next months all over Europe. Come see graffiti writers and street artists at work at these following events!
Looking for something fun to do in London during the Christmas school holidays, but want to avoid the big crowds? Then head over to the hidden gem that's the Fan Museum in Greenwich for a dose of art, that both young and old will enjoy!
When photographer Claude Crommelin moved from Amsterdam to Shoreditch (East London) in 2008, he was overwhelmed by the amount of astonishing street art in the area. Motivated by the short lifespan of most of the works he bought his first digital photo camera and started to document the vibrant street art scene. In 2013 he published his book 'New Street Art' which was completely sold out in just three months. Read more about Claude and his book in the interview and also how you can win a copy of his recently re-issued book!
In today's post I'll be sharing with you photos from my street art archive as part of my series 'Same Wall, Different Street Artist'. We're off to Hanbury Street on the crossing with Brick Lane, which is a famous east London spot for some of the world's best street art.
Combining classic art and urban art, the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery is an awe-inspiring, unique London street art project and a wonderful hidden gem in London.
Going through my street art photo archive recently inspired me to start a new blog post series: Same Wall, Different Street Artist. As the name suggests, this series will show you how exactly the same wall is transformed by different artists over time.
Let's kick off this series with murals on Thai restaurant Kinkao on Pedley Street in Shoreditch, one of the spots I always visit on my street art wanderings around Brick Lane.
Last June the streets of Shoreditch were suddenly filled with street artworks by Dutch artist BunnyBrigade. I met up with her and over coffee she told me all about how her bunny brigade was taking over the streets of London.
While Shoreditch is still the most significant go-to area to see the best street art in London, there's also a fine selection of excellent art in Walthamstow in far north-east London. In this post I lead you along the amazing street artworks in the area of E17.
When my husband recently went to France for work and had to change trains at Paris Gare de l'Est, he came across a big free street art exhibition just outside of the station called Art Liberté. Being the good husband he is, he documented it for his street art-obsessed wife on his phone while dragging a suitcase and guitar through the busy Parisian streets. Here are the photos he took with more background information on the artists and their work.