Rolling around Shoreditch with Malarky
Hookedblog ran into London street artists Malarky at work over the weekend in Shoreditch. We last saw the artist at the preview evening of the Mapping The City group exhibition, currently running at London's Sommerset House and featuring one of Malarky's canvas works. The artist had completed his first roller piece and had begun on the second when we caught up with him early saturday morning. Featuring his signature characters, the artist created these quick pieces using house paint and a number of extension poles and rollers on this ever changing wall in East London.
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