Lucas & Malarky Return To Redchurch St
Last week saw London based artists Lucas and Malarky retake this huge wall located on Redchurch Street with a fresh lick of paint and some new characters.
As reported by the guys over at Graffoto blog, the last few weeks have seen a number of shutters and walls painted by these two artists tagged over by someone calling themselves Kamba. It seems Kamba is not to keen that these artists are also showing work in galleries as well as on the streets and he has taken it upon himself to line them out as well as stenciling over the pieces with messages like “Street art is not for galleries” and “street art is not a business”!
We at Hookedblog are big fans of the duo's work so we were more than happy to seem them return and reclaim this spot back. We look forward to seeing the other 'trashed' spots getting repainted over the coming weeks and who knows someone else other than these two may step up and paint the other spots.
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