London Street Art: Pearly Whites at the Heygate Estate

Mighty Mo, Malarky, Sweet Toof (of course)… have been painting lots of big old teeth in all varieties on the walls of London’s abandoned Heygate Estate lately, judging by Alex Ellison‘s latest additions to the Flickr pool. I haven’t been since my Elephant & Castle walk, but here’s a few photos (All from Alex, all at the Heygate!):

Malarky, Mighty Mo, Gold Peg & Sweet ToofMalarky, Mighty Mo, Gold Peg & Sweet Toof

 Malarky
Malarky

Gold Peg / RowdyGold Peg, Rowdy

MalarkyMalarky

Paul Insect, Sweet Toof & Gold PegPaul Insect, Sweet Toof, Gold Peg

Mighty MoMighty Mo

Mighty Mo & RowdyMighty Mo, Rowdy

It’s hard to choose but I think the stairs and the one using garage doors for teeth are my favourites. So creative. You?

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