Banksy - Top current London locations (artofthestate.co.uk)
BLUE PIN - all still there but probably under perspex maybe with some minor tagging
RED CROSS - still visible but not in original state, some major detail of the piece will have gone or been obscured
RED EXCLAMATION gone.
The best historical guide to Banksy's London locations is Martin Bull's 'Banksy Locations and Tours' book but if you've only got limited time and want to be fairly sure that the graffiti will be there when you get there try these locations. If you visit any of these locations and find the graffiti has been removed let me know (and I'll quickly take it off the map.
Banksy's work is now pretty spread out but London also has a wealth of street art from other artists. If you're interested in a tour there are plenty on offer but to see the best bits I'd recommend choosing www.shoreditchstreetarttours.co.uk. The guy who runs these is friendly, very knowledgeable and always on top of whats new and interesting
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Friday, February 14, 2014
Sunday, February 9, 2014
Ladies and Gentlemen... Attention... The countdown for the 2014 ECC Art Club Euro adventure is upon us!
March 2014 will mark the 7th installment of the ECC Art Club's London Trip. this year we've added a new feature, a new destination... Rome! Yes-Rome, Italy! We'll be heading to London to visit the Museums and Colleges-Taking in a special exhibition by Pop-Art mover and shaker Richard Hamilton, an historic exhibition on the Vikings at the British Museum and a visit to Camberwell College of Art before heading south to Rome! We already have advance tickets for the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel as well as the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum! We are truly excited and preparing to have our minds blown with such immense art and culture!