Wonderful Wanders: Shoreditch Street Art Part 1
I’ve been doing a lot of wonderful wandering around London recently, and I’m really excited about the upcoming few posts in the Wonderful Wanders series.
I’ve been living in London for nearly 2 years now, and even though it has been a recommended visit by many, I only recently took my first trip to Shoreditch and Brick Lane. On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, myself and Giovanni took a trip to experience some true South London culture. Markets, food, bars and most importantly street art, kept us occupied for hours; we walked and walked without feeling the time go by, enjoying getting lost amidst the spray paint and paste ups.
Everywhere you look, every corner you turn, there is art smeared across the walls and windows; London’s very own open air gallery.
Don’t forget to keep an eye on the sky, as some of the most interesting art is hiding on the rooftops. I loved this tube sculpture, what better way to capture the essence of London then the Underground above ground!
Dinerama is an outdoor food market along Shoreditch High Street, where the art bleeds into the food.
More Shoreditch Street Art photos coming soon!