Swan mural by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Redcross Way

Bankside Street Art

Bankside is one of London’s busiest districts and is buzzing with tourists and visitors. Home to Borough Market, the Globe Theatre and Tate Modern, Bankside is a centre for arts, culture and entertainment. Some of the biggest names in street art have also created works on the streets of Bankside. Here are some of my favourites;

Are You Inspired by Nathan Bowen @nathanbowenart on London Bridge

Are You Inspired by Nathan Bowen @nathanbowenart on London Bridge

Every Dog Has Its Day by c-that @cthat.co.uk on London Bridge

Every Dog Has Its Day by c-that @cthat.co.uk on London Bridge

I Love LDN by Invader @invaderwashere on London Bridge

I Love LDN by Invader @invaderwashere on London Bridge

Shakespeare by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Clink Street

Shakespeare by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Clink Street

The Conscience - Mask by Gregos @gregosart on Southwark Street

The Conscience – Mask by Gregos @gregosart on Southwark Street

Swan mural by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Redcross Way

Swan mural by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Redcross Way

Good as Gold in Flat Iron Square

Good as Gold in Flat Iron Square

The Artful Dodger by Trafford Parsons @traffordparsons on Union Street

The Artful Dodger by Trafford Parsons @traffordparsons on Union Street

Grand Vitesse Goods Depot by Oliver Rice and Lionel Stanhope @lionel_stanhope on Great Suffolk Street

Grand Vitesse Goods Depot by Oliver Rice and Lionel Stanhope @lionel_stanhope on Great Suffolk Street

Another World Is Possible by Mark Titchner @marktitchner on Lavington Street

Another World Is Possible by Mark Titchner @marktitchner on Lavington Street

 

Are You Inspired by Nathan Bowen @nathanbowenart on London Bridge.

Every Dog Has Its Day by c-that @cthat.co.uk on London Bridge.

I Love LDN by Invader @invaderwashere on London Bridge.

Shakespeare by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Clink Street.

The Conscience – Mask by Gregos @gregosart on Southwark Street.

Swan mural by Jimmy C @akajimmyc on Redcross Way.

Good as Gold in Flat Iron Square.

The Artful Dodger by Trafford Parsons @traffordparsons on Union Street.

Grand Vitesse Goods Depot by Oliver Rice and Lionel Stanhope @lionel_stanhope on Great Suffolk Street.

Another World Is Possible by Mark Titchner @marktitchner on Lavington Street.

Read more exhibition reviews here; https://featherblend.blog/category/exhibitions/

This entry was published on October 3, 2019 at 11:26 am. It’s filed under Exhibitions and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Bankside Street Art

  1. danidavino on said:

    Adorei ver essas fotos juntas 🙂

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