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10th Nov 2012 5:20pm | By Editor
No less than 33 street and urban artists feature in this new exhibition, which looks at urban art’s influence and impact.
French street art god Blek Le Rat, who was a key influence on Banksy, US artist Shepard Fairey, the man behind the famed Obama-Hope poster, groundbreaking Bristolian Nick Walker, who created the iconic Moona Lisa, and Melbourne-based Rone are a handful of the names showing.
Until Nov 8. 11am-7pm, free
Station | Shoreditch High Street