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London Graffiti – Leake St Tunnel

 London Graffiti   Leake St Tunnel

London-based photographer Brian David Stevens just informed me about his latest project: Documenting writers at the well-known Leake St Tunnel in London! At the moment this graffiti-photography series includes some quite nice, contrasty snap-shots, focusing not the finished piece but the artists and their equipment…

Leake St Tunnel, also known as Banksy tunnel, was initially decorated with graffiti during the Cans Festival back in 2008. Since then it’s legal to paint inside the tunnel, for what reason it attracts a lot of London-based writers and tourists.

To cut a long story short, here are some of Brian’s photos – for more, visit driftingcamera.blogspot.com:

 London Graffiti   Leake St Tunnel
 London Graffiti   Leake St Tunnel
 London Graffiti   Leake St Tunnel

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