The Art of the Kingsland Road
The Kingsland Road is a section of the A10 which runs between Dalston and Hoxton in the East End of London. North of Dalston Kingsland station the road heads towards Stoke Newington and becomes the Stoke Newington Road leading eventually all the way up to Kings Lynn. South of Hoxton station the road meets Shoreditch and becomes the Shoreditch High Street leading right into the heart of the city of London. The road follows the route taken by the ancient Roman Road, Ermine Street.
Art wise the area of the Kingsland Road is a vibrant one, particularly around the overground stations of Dalston Junction, Haggerston and Hoxton. In little nooks and crannys along the route of the street all sorts can be seen.
So this tour covers the length of the road and captures some of the best art along the length of the Kingsland Road. Hope you enjoy the pictures starting from Belgrade Road in the north to the border with Shoreditch High Street in the south.
Starting just north of Dalston Kingsland station, this piece by RUN can be found on Belgrade Road
This shop with an interesting sign can also be found North of Kingsland station on the main road
In a little bit of waste ground just to the side of Kingsland Shopping Centre on Abbots Road a veritable feast if art can be found. This is just one example, a collaboration between Dscreet and Anthony Lister
This peace mural can be found on Dalston Lane just in front of the Dalston Eastern Curve Garden
In the Eastern Curve Garden itself, this little chap was spotted.
The Dalston Eastern Curve Garden is a community project and lots of little Gems like this can be found
Further down the street on Hartwell Street is a little car park full of street art. This piece was spotted on the gates to the car park.
Round the corner on Tyssen Passage, this young lady can be found
Further down the street and towards the back of Dalston Junction this building contains some interesting art
On top of the Kings Head pub in Haggerston, just one of many Christiaan Nagal mushrooms that appear along the road
Just down the passage from the Kings Head a large and colourful mural from Broken Fingaz can be seen
Broken Fingaz Crew mural in Haggerston
Broken Fingaz Crew mural
'love will year us apart' piece Fromm CEPT just by Hoxton station
Round the corner this laser eyes woman can be seen
And just down towards Hoxton station a little more, thus crazy trailer from Sweet Toof and Ronzo is parked up.
Back on the Kingsland Road just on a side street Tant has drawn this piece
Finally just as we approach the shoreditch high street this intricate piece from Otto Schade can be found in a doorway underneath a railway tunnel