Street Art Murals at the London Food Month Night Market

There’s not many more satisfying ways to spend a lazy Friday evening than pottering around Kensington Gardens. Basking in some rare summers sun and hunting out street art at the London Food Month Night Market.

Throw in some food and cocktails and it’s a pretty good way to pass the time especially as the mural we were seeking out was in the Night Market part of London Food Month with all sorts of food and drink on show from around the world. We’d been invited specially to go and check it out and needless to say it’s not the sort of invitation you turn down.

The mural itself formed part of the Bulleit Bourbon stand and featured works from some well known street artists including Inkie and Mr Cenz who alongside tattoo artist Rose Harley and  illustrator Robin Mackney were asked to produce something representative of London using only black markers.

Art by Mr Cenz and Robin Mackney at the London Food Month Night Market
St Paul’s illustration from Robin Mackney next to work from Mr Cenz

Street Art at London Food Month

Of course the end is a mixture of all the styles. For us it was pretty good to see the works from Inkie and Cenz. Using a medium other than spray and recognising that it doesn’t matter what these guys paint. Their completely recognisable style remains intact. Cenz even threw in a few homages to legends of the east end. Adding little tags from Banksy, Stik, Pez and Invader as well as his own which was pretty cool.

Taking the viewer on a journey from the west to the east of the city Inkie and Cenz took either side whilst Mackney filled in the gaps with iconic buildings and Harley providing an abstract centrepiece running behind the Bulleit logo.

Street Art Mural by Inkie and Rose Harley in the Bulleit tent for London Food Month
The mural in the Bulleit tent with work from Inkie, Robin Mackney and Rose Harley

And this wasn’t the only piece of street art on display either, opposite was a piece from Tom Blackford staring out from behind the Don Julio area with an image looking like it had been inspired by the Mexican day of the dead.  Not the most obvious place to find cool little pieces of street art in the middle of a food festival but glad we also managed to spot this one.

So have a look at the gallery below if you want to see more, the night market in Kensington Gardens runs until 18 June 2017 and is just one of a number of attractions around London celebrating London Food Month.

Mural Gallery

Street Art by Inkie at London Food Month
West side mural from Inkie
mr cenz
East side from Cenz
Cenz portrait in his identifiable style
rose harley, cenz, robin mackney
Cenz in the foreground with the Bulleit logo and work from Rose Harley
inkie robin mackney
Inkie with buildings from Robin Mackney and some of Rose’s abstract design coming through
robin mackney
Robin Mackney art
inkie rose harley
The mural in the Bulleit tent
inkie cenz robin mackney rose harley
The full mural
stik mr cenz
Little nod to Stik and the brick lane sign
banksy mr cenz
Nod to Banksy
pez mr cenz
Nod to Pez
tom blackford
Work from Tom Blackford in the Don Julia area
tom blackford
Mexican inspired work from Tom Blackford

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