Australian street artist DRAB hits the streets of London
The last few months have seen an influx of Australian street artists passing through London, each leaving their mark on the city. Everfresh crew member Rone was in town back in January and again in April working on this mural in the Old Truman Brewery.This month has seen a visit from grafitti / street artist Lush who has been hitting London and Brighton hard with a series of typographic pieces across the two cities. We have also spotted works from HAHA and Numskull who has collaborated on a number of pieces with Mr. Penfold and Sweet Toof.
The latest Australian to hit London is Melbourne street artist DRAB, who recently moved to East London. It would appear the artist has now settled in and has begun hitting the streets with a series of large scale paste-ups pictured. It's great to see paste-up of this scale in London again and we look forward to seeing more from the artist in the coming month.
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