19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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19/07/2021
Art Trails
Lucy Strange
Walking Art Tours London
The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Finally, the sun has returned to beat upon our London streets. The sky is blue, and the air is warm, so why not grab an ice coffee and head on a walking tour to view some of London’s most unique and hidden gems.

Street Art & Graffiti (East London)

Starting with the epicentre of culture, East London is brimming with famous street art. You cannot walk down Brick Lane or through Shoreditch without urban art works begging to be admired from every line of site. Have you ever found yourself gazing upon an urban mural wishing you knew more about the artist and story that culminated in its existence? Well look no further than the Free Street Art and Graffiti Tour. Running Wednesdays to Mondays, there are tours at 3:30pm (and 11am on weekends) that promise to excite and educate on the likes of Banksy, EI Mac, Stik, Phlegm and many more.

Brick Lane Street Art
Brick Lane Street Art

Sculpture in the City

This year sees the return of ‘Sculpture in the City’ (SCIT). After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, SCIT is back for its ten-year anniversary. Each year the City of London’s financial district is home to unique and compelling structures. Currently, there are 18 art works dotted outside the guarded lobbies of venture capitalists. Never has there been a better time to visit the Square Mile as the new normal of work from home means that the workforce has not fully returned. The streets are relatively quiet allowing you to fully immerse yourself in these epic creations.

Sculpture In the City, 2021.
Sculpture In the City, 2021.

The Line

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk, and is available all year round! The route runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, weaving through the three boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich. The art walk follows the waterways and line of the Greenwich Meridian and is home to an ever-evolving programme of installations. The Line opened in 2015, launching with monumental sculptures by the likes of Damien Hirst, Eduardo Paolozzi and Thomas J. Price. The Line was also listed in Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Walks in London.

Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
Anish Kapoor, ArcelorMittal Orbit, 2012. The Line, 2021.
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