Sr. X paints the giant Village Underground and portrays an old man with pizza in his beard

The latest artist to paint the famed Village Underground wall in Shoreditch is London based Spanish painter Sr.X. ¬†Familiar to … More

Unit 5 a new gallery space from Alternative London opens in the East End

East London’s latest gallery space has opened just off the Hackney Road between Bethnal Green and Shoreditch. Run by the … More

The street art of Clare Street in Bethnal Green

It’s a little street easily missed just off the Hackney Road but over the past year it’s had more than … More

The Art of Paul Don Smith one of Londons most prolific street artists

You don’t need to travel far in the East End of London to come across some work by the prolific … More

Femme Fierce 2015 packs the Leake Street Tunnel as Female street artists paint it brilliant blue

Street art has just become the next Rock and Roll! Or, so you might think. The hoards of cameras clicking … More

The 2014 Inspiring City London Art Review of the Year

The second full year of Inspiring City has seen the blog diversify into different genres and a spreading of our … More

Interview with Italian artist Millo at his show ‘Nero’ with Benjamin Murphy at the Hoxton Gallery

Having met at an art event in Luxembourg earlier in the year Italian artist Millo and London’s Benjamin Murphy thought … More

My Dog Sighs and Midge Collaborate on some cool Street Art paste ups in London

Look hard enough and you are bound to spot one of the numerous little paste ups appearing around the city … More

Hunto brings his Cubist Colour to the Cre8 Gallery in Hackney Wick with Bella Mia

Italian artist Hunto is quite possibly one of the most recognisable street artists currently active on the London street art … More

French street artist LucyLucy and Hannah Adamaszek collaborate in Dalston

Collaborations are always fun, even more so when the combining duo are two of the most gifted young female street … More

Interview with Argentine Street Artist Martin Ron as he paints the famous Village Underground Wall in London

Six days into the painting of another huge mural, Argentinian artist Martin Ron has to finally take a break as … More

Birth of a Street Art Gallery – Interview with Ingrid Beazley curator of the Dulwich Outdoor Gallery

The first thing you notice when you step out onto the street from East Dulwich station is the huge gable … More

RUN and Dscreet ‘A Foot in the Door’ show at the Tramshed in Shoreditch

Today saw the launch of the RUN and Dscreet collaborative show hosted in the basement of the Tramshed in Shoreditch. … More

The Evolution of Art, When the Street Meets the Gallery

Street Art and Dulwich – At first glance it doesn’t look like the most natural combination but the Dulwich Outdoor … More

Italian Street Artist RUN paints the village underground wall in Shoreditch

Prolific London based artist RUN has become the latest big name to paint the iconic Village Underground wall. The wall … More

Baroque the Streets street art festival in Dulwich

The nine day ‘Baroque the Streets’ festival comes to a close this week with the opening of the ‘arthouse’. A … More

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 … More

London street art with a little spot of colour

I’ve been having a little fun with a new app today, it’s called color touch and is free from google … More

Stik and Thierry Noir paint the Village Underground

A collaboration between German street art Pioneer Thierry Noir and British icon Stik was the latest in a series of … More

Phlegm at the Village Underground

Lots of new street art appearing this week but the most unmissable has got to be the Phlegm pieces at … More

A London Year in Street Art

Finishing off my series of London tributes for 2012 there can be no better way to celebrate than by reliving … More