The graffiti tunnel near London’s Southbank is a living gallery of Street Art. It is not a curated space like the Wynwood Walls in Miami, so the works vary dramatically. This makes it a dynamic space, the works change all the time because it is an open space for artists to express themselves freely, at any time.
Above are a few pieces that have caught my eye so far this summer, 2015.
Where is it: The Graffiti Tunnel lies between the River Thames and Lower Marsh at the back of Waterloo in London. Lower Marsh is quirky little street full of independent cafes, shops and a thriving old style street market.