The London International Paste Up Festival returns for its second iteration. Taking place between 20-23 October 2022 it features a range of artists from across the UK and the World. Many of them sending their work by post to be displayed across the streets of Shoreditch.
Organised by the Art House Project, they are a collective of local artists for whom paste up art is a key means of expression. The East End of London in particular has a vibrant poster and paste up art scene. Across Shoreditch and Brick Lane you will see them everywhere. Dotted around the streets and centered across key walls.
Last years festival also played a part in opening up more walls to paste up art. The alley of Dereham Place leading to Curtain Road suddenly became the biggest paste up wall in the city. Then, on the back of the festivals success, a new space opened up on Hanbury Street just off Brick Lane. These locations quickly becoming established as core locations in the areas street art scene.
This year more artists are taking part. Sending their work in from across the world they will be pasted up by local artists. Ensuring that no matter where you are, it will be seen in London. So, for this post we thought we’d take a quick look at just some of the artists taking part from across the globe.
The London International Paste Up Festival takes place between 20-23 October 2022 at various locations around Shoreditch. For more information be sure to follow the linktree here.
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Throughout the festival there will be various activities. The opening night on 20 October 2022 will take place at Hanbury Street in London with live paste up and music from DJ E-Kay.
International Artists at the London Paste Up Festival
Artists have sent work from all across the world for the London International Paste Up Festival. There are too many to cover all in one post. So here is a small selection of some of our favourites and the countries they represent.