Category Archive: Mateus Bailon

Street art in Manchester’s Northern Quarter and where to find it

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Manchester’s Northern Quarter has received a makeover as street artists from around the World descended on the city to take part in the Cities of Hope festival. The area was already a good… Continue reading

Colour the Capital from the Forest Recycling Project brings giant murals to the city

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The latest project from the Forest Recycling Project (FRP), Colour the Capital, is the latest way in which unwanted paint can end up transforming the environment and, in this case, providing the raw… Continue reading

The 2013 Inspiring City Street Art London Review of the Year

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This year has seen some real quality street art around the environs of London with the East End in particular playing host to some of the Worlds best artists. Combined with the home… Continue reading

A Whistle Stop Street Art Tour around Camden Town

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Camden seems to have become a bit of a hub of late for street art. Not that it hasn’t always been the ultimate creative hive, it just seems that recently there’s been a… Continue reading

Artists Combine to Create Incredible Mural in the Walthamstow Marsh

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Artists of all persuasions joined forces this weekend to create an incredible mural under a railway bridge in the historic Walthamstow Marsh as part of the community ‘Mural in the Marsh‘ project. With… Continue reading

Awesome Street Art Collaborations, 10 of the Best London Street Art Mash Ups

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It always fun when artists who don’t normally work together, get together to work on a collaborative piece so I thought I’d reflect on a few of the collaborative pieces I’ve seen in… Continue reading

Boat Art by Tower Bridge on the River Thames

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Over the past few weeks the foreshore of the River Thames has been playing host to some of the most celebrated street artists around. The likes of Alice Pasquini, Miss Van, Ciro Schu… Continue reading

Interview with Mateus Bailon Brazil’s Exciting Street Art Talent

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Compared to the natural charms of Mateus Bailon’s native Brazil, The White Hart pub in gritty Whitechapel must seem quite far removed! Best known for it’s links to Jack the Ripper and oozing… Continue reading