Sweet Toof and Paul Insect new collaboration in Bromley By Bow

Opposite the underground station at Bromley by Bow a new bright piece of street art has appeared in the derelict courtyard of a battered and broken former office block.

The mural, a clown hooting a horn, looks like a collaboration between Sweet Toof and Paul Insect. I spotted it only whilst driving towards the Blackwall Tunnel on the A12 the other day, only returning tonight to take a closer look.

The site itself is next to the Tesco petrol station and is a sorry looking place. The buildings are beyond salvation and will no doubt soon be demolished to be replaced with the latest block of trendy flats.

Further exploration of the site also reveals an older looking sweet toof collaboration with Mighty Mo. It’s not the sort of place to spend any great amount of time so I took some pictures for everyone to see and it’s always good to spot new works by these guys.

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Clown hooting a horn from Sweet Toof and Paul Insect

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It's bright and can just be seen from the A12

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This old office block has seen better days

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On the wall of the A12 flyover this collaboration is from sweet toof and mighty mo

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Monkey and Teeth

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Spying through what used to be a window

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This is indeed true

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If your interested in any more Inspiring Posts featuring work from Sweet Toof and Paul Insect try:

Sweet Toof in Hackney Wick
Warehouse Art on Fish Island
A London Year in Street Art

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