The Rolling People paint the Village Underground wall.
Once again the huge wall at the Village Underground has received a make over. Replacing the collaboration between Stik and Thierry Noir, street art London have brought together another collaboration from a street art crew known as the Rolling People.
Formed in 1998 and named after the Verve song of the same name, the graffiti artists from east London have painted a huge homage to themselves on the famous wall.
Their style tends to be cartoony in nature using lots of comic imagery. The work tends to be intricate and detailed and the new piece in the Village Underground is no different.
Once again this wall cements itself as the premiere spot for street art in London and is slowly becoming a tourist attraction in its own right.