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Due to the guerrilla nature of the street art scene, the artwork on the capital’s streets is forever changing. Artists come from all over the world to leave their mark on London’s streets and here are just a few of latest murals to be spotted in the East End.

Spanish artist Borondo has been plying his trade in the UK for the past few months and recently teamed up with renowned Greek street artist, Woozy, to create a striking mural in the East End. The piece is a mash-up of the duo’s signature styles and uses a combination of street art techniques.

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Next is an impressive looking unicorn from Faith47 as the South African works her way around the London Streets, leaving her unique and raw looking pieces in her wake. Aside from the mythical creature, she has also decorated a street with a lion, also in her signature rough looking style and her pieces can be found dotted around Hackney Wick and near the Truman Brewery.

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Also, the Berlin-based David Walker is back in London and has wasted no time in putting up a new mural. Striking, colourful and bold, this portrait can be found in Shoreditch on Rivington Street. His unique layered style has an almost photo realism and can be found all over the world; to date, he has produced street art in Berlin, Hong Kong, Paris and New York to name a few places.

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This next piece can also be found in Shoreditch and is the result of collaboration between Argentinian Martin Ron and British-born artist, Jim Vision. Ron is well known for his striking, hyper real looking pieces which often have a socio-political statement behind them, most notably, the giant mechanical hand pointing at a badger which appeared on a wall in Shoreditch a few years ago. This latest collaboration also features hands, but this one cradles a burning galleon upon a localised palm-sea.

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Finally, this surrealist, cubist piece appeared on Hanbury Street and is a collaboration between 2501 and Remi Rough. The Italian-British duo has joined forces it seems to produce some truly unique pieces in the capital. Here’s hoping we see more of their combined efforts in the future!

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If this has whetted your appetite for urban art, then join us on one of our Street Art London tours where we reveal some of the most overlooked and impressive works of art found in the East End. We will take you to a few of the most notable street art destinations and though some of the artists are household names, others are largely unknown outside of the street art scene. So why not join us and discover a side of London that goes largely unseen!