Malarky hits Redchurch Street

25 Jul ’11

Malarky street art in London

Redchurch Street (near Brick Lane) became a lot more colourful this weekend as street artist Malarky hit up a long wall behind Rich Mix with some of his trademark characters.  We caught up with him over the two days that it took him to paint the wall.  On a bit of  a roll, Malarky also hit up some shutters and walls in the Brick Lane area which we’ll be featuring soon.  If you’d like a little more background on Malarky, be sure to check out the great interview that Street Art London did with him back in May this year here: Malarky Interview.

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Here are some progress shots so you can see how the wall developed.
Day 1

Malarky Street Art London

Malarky street art in London

Day 2

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in London

Malarky street art in LondonMalarky street art in London

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MAC July 26, 2011 at 2:38 pm

wow. i dig his vibrant style. colours are awesome.

is it legal – or is there an agreement with the owner of the wall?

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Ana May 2, 2012 at 10:32 pm

Undoubtedly my favourite artist in the London scene.
Love the childishness of the characters and the use of colour. Makes me happy!

Here a few of his that I managed to capture
http://thisisthebananaline.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/little-things.html
My favourite the robot at Turville St

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