England

Agents of Change

If you are a follower of street art in London, you will have seen the Megaro Hotel’s impressive face-lift opposite King’s Cross St Pancras last year. Agents of Change were commissioned by the hotel owner to paint the huge 6-storey facade and because of it’s scale and location, has naturally received an awful lot of attention, mostly positive. I personally loved it.

Passing through East Dulwich this weekend, I spotted the famous mural’s smaller lesser-known cousin on Crawthew Grove. This was done back in 2011 by Remi Rough and Augustine Kofie and if you use this link, you can see the time lapse of them painting it _ enjoy.

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