Borondo New street work in East London
It looks like Spanish street artist Borondo is still in the city at work on the streets of East London. We have already featured the stunning collaborative piece the artist worked on with JAZ on the large gates of the Foundry back in late January. (covered here)
Over the weekend we discovered this new piece from the artist on an empty shop unit in Shoreditch. A series of portraits executed in the artists signature style which involves scratching into white paint on glass windows to create the images, often using a comb or coins to remove the paint. The new work can be found on Great Eastern Street, below are a few images of the work.
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