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The Largest Mural in London

The Largest Mural in London

The Agents of Change Augustine Kofie, Steve More, Remi Rough, LXone and David Shillinglaw recently have been busy in London, painting the largest mural in London, as was mentioned by Ian Cox who by the way took some great photos of this painting action!

Keeping the geometry of the design intact is no easy feat especially when you can’t stand back and have a look what you are doing without negotiating six ladders and some traffic.

The mural includes two sides of the Georgian building in Kings Cross, opposite St Pancras International Station, is six storeys height and presents a mixtures of abstract graffiti styles. Because of those facts this Agents of Change painting is not just the largest mural in London but also a really dope eye-catcher for everyone passing through central London!

Here are some of Ian’s close up shots of details that can’t be seen from the streets below…

The Largest Mural in London
The Largest Mural in London
The Largest Mural in London

Teaser-photo by Butterfly.

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