With less than a week left in their Spacehive fund raiser, our E17 friends over at WoodStreet Walls have reached 94% of their target. They still need your help to raise the final 6% to begin the next phase of their project which will see them converting an abandoned building into a creative hub with brand new studio and community spaces for local artists and residents.
Some of our regular readers will be familiar with Woodstreet Walls who we have previous featured here on the blog on a number of occasions. Hookedblog have been covering the murals they have helped organise in and around the Walthamstow area over the last year, some of which has included works from street artists We Like Static (covered here and their second mural was covered here), Malarky (covered here), Dale Grimshaw (covered here), Conor Harrington (covered here) and The Toasters (covered here).
As we have been away travelling there are a number of new mural additions to the neighbourhood that WoodStreet Walls have organised and we have yet to photography. These include mural works from Mr. Cenz, Teddy Baden, ATM, Phlegm, Mark McClure, Fanakapan and Irony & Boe. An E17 visit is now on the cards for us this week now that we are back in London to check out the murals we have missed and we suggest you visit the neighbourhood too. To ensure WoodStreet walls are able to continue with the great work they are doing and get the second phase of their project up and running head over to the projects Spacehive site here and show your support by donating.
The Toasters Mural
Malarky's Rent Too High Mural
There are just a few days left in the WoodStreet Walls crowd funding campaign. Help them reach their target by donating to the project on their campaign website here.
Below we have put together this street art map below which features a number of the the Wood Street Walls should you want to visit, stay tuned for the updated version later this week with the addition of the murals we have missed while we were away on tour.
Roll over the map to see the locations and images of the Wood St Walls Murals.