Conor Harrington's Baroque The Streets, London Mural
Looks like we forgot to post these pictures of Conor Harrington's most recent London Mural painted in East Dulwich as part of Dulwich festival's street art programme which was curated and organised by Ingrid Beazley from Dulwich Picture Gallery and Richard Howard-Griffin of Street Art London. The fesitval took place last month and has now finished but the many mural painted in the area can still be seen, we have already featured the mural work of Reka One (covered here) and Remi Rough / System (coverd here)
Other murals and work in the area can be found at the locations on the map below and include additional works from Phlegm, Roa, Liqen, Christiaan Nagle, Stik, Pablo Delgado, Nunca, Thierry Noir and MadC.
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