The East End of London is a vibrant place: its eccentric characters, its specialty shops, its coourful and creative walls. It’s one of my favourite places to take my camera so here are a few of the latest shots.
A new “kick ass” Mexican grill called Daddy Donkey has popped up over near Brick Lane. (The word “burrito” means “little donkey” in Spanish.) I walked by last weekend to a bit of a fiesta with song and playful protest for the rights of burritos going on. Apparently there are a few other burrito-mobiles around, but this one is the biggest.
Anyone try it out yet?
There’s something really urban and “London” about scooters on a background of graffiti, so I couldn’t resist a photo of this one over in the east end.
Speaking of scooters and other easy ways to get around the city avoiding public transport, has anyone tried out those new Boris Bikes yet? Think you will?
Found this on a side street just off Brick Lane on Friday night after an interview with another graffiti artist soon to be featured on Art Spot. This is one of my favourites by Stik who had a slot on Art Spot many moons ago. He’s got permission from the shop owner so it sould be sticking around for a while.