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We have recently seen some new additions to East London's Redchurch Street located just at the top of Brick Lane or the Beigel shop end as referred to by some.

London Street Art on Redchurch Street

Some vibrant new work has appeared over the last week on the roller shutter of one of the derelict buildings and considering the colour palette, it is no surprise that the work pictured above was painted by London based, Brazilian artist Milo Tchais

We think you'll agree that the work is an interesting addition to the already colourful London street.

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Artist Tom Blackford Street Art

Also seeing a fresh coat of paint over the weekend is the very popular end wall of the local estate agents office on Bethnal Green located opposite the Milo Tchais piece up above.

The end wall previously featured a tribute mural painted by artist Ben Slow back in June of this year and has now had a refresh courtesy of graffiti artist Inkfetish aka Tom Blackford.

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Street art by Artist Malarky and Lucas

At the opposite end of Redchurch Street, London based street artists Lucas and Malarky have collaborated again and have returned to repaint the shutters in this location pictured above, after their previous efforts with Ronzo were tagged over.

The two artists known for the vibrantly coloured characters have painted all four shutters of the Redchurch Street restaurant. The new work can only be seen when the venue is closed and the shutters are down.

For even more London Street Art shutters featured on Hookedblog, click here.

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