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Shoreditch Street Art February Edition

February 5, 2020
Shoreditch Street Art

I posted a good while ago some Shoreditch London Street Art, but what I love about the area is that it’s constantly evolving. New bars and pop up shops are always appearing, and old street art is covered with new. I want to make this into a bit of a series when I discover new bits of street art and graffiti in Shoreditch.

I work around the Shoreditch area and love going on a stroll over my lunch hour and exploring new corners of the neighbourhood. Shoreditch has a bit of an industrial feel with the warehouse type buildings. So much regeneration has happened that there’s even a Weekday store on Shoreditch High Street now.

Maybe you can see from the above picture. It’s of Shoreditch High Street and there’s a sort of warehouse type building in the background, and on the ground floors are restaurants and the like.

Shoreditch Street Art

The thing about Shoreditch is, well, it isn’t very green. There are a few small green spaces but there aren’t many trees or large parks. I suppose the graffiti and street art in Shoreditch adds a bit of colour though.

Shoreditch Street Art

I love the set up in this image. The flowers in the foreground and the floral facade of the building in the background.

I find some of the businesses here have eye-catching exteriors. This is one of them!

Shoreditch Street Art

Even this doorway is decorated! The faces are a bit of a theme in Shoreditch I found.

Shoreditch Street Art

I found some more faces under the bridge!

Shoreditch Street Art
Shoreditch Street Art
Shoreditch Street Art

I feel like the street art in the last photo is probably the most iconic. It always pops up when I search for Shoreditch street art online. I really like it though and it sums up Shoreditch perfectly. The “Buy Shit” art is new and I’m really feeling the anti-capitalist vibes it’s giving out.

I love all the graffiti in Shoreditch. The area is quite renowned for its hipster / art scene I think.

What do you think of the street art in Shoreditch?

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