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Mr. Brainwash Hype Machine in London

Mr. Brainwash Hype Machine in London

It looks like Mr. Brainwash’s hype machine just picked up pace in London with him and/ or his team installing some of his large-scale paste-ups in the city, showing e.g. The Beatles and The Queen…

Our friends at Hooked managed to get some first photos of Brainwash’s (aka Thierry Guetta) huge British themed paste-ups located in Holburn, and in addition share some more or less interesting rumors of a probably possible UK summer exhibition by Mr. Brainwash!

All I can say is that there has to be a certain commercial hidden agenda behind Brainwash’s pasting action, so these rumors are not improbable. However, I’m pretty sure there’s going to be some more street stuff created by the Mr. Brainwash hype machine in London’s near future. I’ll keep you posted!

Mr. Brainwash Hype Machine in London

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  1. Hey I have pictures of mr brain wash putting up more works round the side of the building, let me know if you want them


  2. Trust me….that is all hype for his upcoming show in London. I’ve already seen online and on other photo sharing sites of him gearing up. It will be exactly the same crap he showed in Los Angeles. The same Beatles paster was up here as well! hahaha!

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