Reka One Mural in Dalston, London
We have previous posted some London mural work from Melbourne based street artist James Reka aka Reka One (Previously on Hookedblog) who is a bit of a European tour at the moment. Having painted a number of spots around London and in Bristol the artist is currently in Paris on the next leg of his tour where he is currently working on a piece for ParisFreeWalls.
The mural pictured here is located a short distance from Dalston Junction Overground station in East London. Painted in vacant lot currently used as a car park this spot has become popular in the last couple of months having previously featured work from Dscreet, Lush, Sweet Toof, Vibes and Nychos to name a few.
Great spot to paint for the artists but just a little difficult to photograph as the yard is either locked-up or always full of cars! So after two visits we managed to time it just right, to bring you these pictures of Reka One's piece which we have learned has been named "GAME SET MATCH". We will be featuring some of the work the artist painted in Bristol on the blog soon, so check back with us.
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