Hoptober Special: Truman Brewery, The Rebirth of an East End Icon
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Hoptober Special: Truman Brewery, The Rebirth of an East End Icon

The Old Truman Brewery is an East London icon that has played a significant role in the history of London since its establishment in 1666. Despite having been the largest brewery in the world at one point, Truman’s sadly had to close its doors in 1989. Twenty years later two local beer enthusiasts discovered the Truman brand was for sale. This was the rebirth of East London’s icon. Continue reading

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Same Wall Different Street Artist #1: Restaurant Kinkoa, Pedley Street (Shoreditch)
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Same Wall Different Street Artist #1: Restaurant Kinkoa, Pedley Street (Shoreditch)

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. Continue reading

Street Artists Unveiled #3 Interview with Animator and Street Artist Dr Cream
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Street Artists Unveiled #3 Interview with Animator and Street Artist Dr Cream

Early this year I discovered playful stencils of jesters in the streets of Shoreditch. No-one seemed to know who the artist was so I decided to post photos on Flickr and named the album ‘Who’s the new joker in town?’. Shortly after this, fellow Dutchie living in London Claude Crommelin, respected photographer and author of … Continue reading