London Street Art Shutters — White Church Lane
With a large number of the roller shutters now painted along what is known as the Bagel Shop end of Brick Lane ( the Bethnal Green Road end for those of you not familiar with East London), it's refreshing to see some colour creeping onto the grey security shutters at the other end of Brick Lane. Located just off Whitechapel High Street, White Church Lane is the location of a number of new streetart shutter works featured in this post. The latest additions to the street are part of Global Street Art's Walls Project and the shutters feature the talents of Hunto (pictured above), Milo Tchais, Chase and Ador.
Ador — detail
The entire row of shutters.
Also adding colour to the shutters on the opposite side of the street are street artists Billy and Malarky who are joined again by Chase on the collaborative shutter pictured below.
To see some of the street art shutter work elsewhere in East London have a look at our previous post here featuring the works of Ronzo, Pez, Malarky, Dscreet and Gaia.
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