Narcélio Grud returns to London
It's been a just over a year since we last saw new work from Brazilian street artist Narcélio Grud on the streets of London. Back in June 2011 the artist installed a number of paste-ups around East London during a short visit to the city (covered here).
Last night on our way home we spotted a new shutter on the corner of Bacon Street and Brick Lane featuring the artists work and headed back that way today to grab some daytime pictures of the new work. We also stumbled on a second piece this afternoon by the artist on Scrutton Street which is also pictured below.
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