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“I only spray people I admire” – Interview with urban street artist Pegasus

November 28, 2013 2:11 pm0 comments
“I only spray people I admire” – Interview with urban street artist Pegasus

Pegasus is an American urban street artist based in London. His stencilled pieces display an ironic and sometimes controversial portrayal of popular culture‚Äôs most recognizable icons. He has worked in the north, south and east London areas, most notably in Islington, Camden, Hackney, Shoreditch and Lambeth. He paints unauthorised art […]

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East London: The UK’s Canvas

August 25, 2013 3:54 pm0 comments

TO VIEW ALL OF LAURA’S PICTURES OF STREET ART PLEASE CLICK HERE I’ve lived in East London for all of my life. It is a place that is in constant transition, filled with a huge number of people from different backgrounds, cultures and countries. The area has been known throughout […]

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Paradise Found

September 25, 2012 3:40 pm1 comment
Paradise Found

I recently travelled around Europe, visiting cities including Copenhagen, Berlin and Amsterdam. Although I have a mild interest in the “mainstream” sights in cities, the Mermaid statue in Copenhagen, for example, I feel like visiting is rarely different to looking at a picture of it (For this reason I have […]

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