This was a SUPERB event. I have walked around the Shoreditch area a bit, and seen some street art. Occassionally, I have even stopped to take a picture or two of something that really caught my eye.
But Peppe our guide was a gold mine of information. Not only did I
learn about a few more artists, I can now recognise their work, even if
I don't remember their names *blush*
He showed us why it was important to look up the walls and not just
at eye level, to see junked cars converted into art, mushrooms
sprouting near drain pipes, pixelated pac man type gifs, modern
deathmask 3D art, fossils and dinosaurs. It was truly a whole new
The group was a lovely size and very friendly. The weather was
chilly, but all of us were having so much fun, that everyone persevered
right until the end.
I'm not a big fan of bagels/beigels, so I've never walked into either of those famous shops in Shoreditch. But we stopped to take a break from the cold at the Beigel Shop - a little sample of those instagram celebrities - rainbow bagels - had me picking up a bunch of them for brekkie.
My brother had just landed in London the previous day and absolutely loved this alternative perspective on the city.
Rating : 5 / 5