East London Graffiti Walk Stop #8:Two Big Birds

Here’s a Lomo Location on an abandoned building overtaken by two large birds.

As you cross the pedestrian bridge over the railroad tracks and pass through a tunnel, you’ll find yourself confronted with an interesting example of urban decay. On this nearly deserted street next to the railroad tracks, you’ll find an abandoned brick building. The property is overgrown with weeds as it slowly returns to nature. Two birds have found a home here amongst the rubble and brush. The huge birds were created by ROA, a Belgian artist known for his animal street art. This is Stop #8 on our East London Graffiti Walk.

written by russelldarling on 2011-04-19 #places #graffiti #street-art #landmark #location #roa #lcg


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