The Street Art & Graffiti Of Brighton

Amidst this week of glorious and even overbearing heat and sunshine in the UK and London we here at London Calling decided the best course of action was to pack up for the day and head to the coast, taking us to the delightful setting of Brighton. There we were not only presented by the sun and sea, we were also delighted to get the chance to take in some of the Street Art and Graffiti in the area, of which there was plenty to be seen. While London is certainly the primary focus of this blog, we enjoyed ourselves so much we thought we would share our finds from the day with you. We would like to say thanks to the few people who gave us advise on the best spots to hit, you know who you are and thanks immensely, also thanks to Aroe MSK for helping name a few of the artists we were unsure of. Without further ado here is the Street Art and Graffiti we found on our visit.

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Upon exiting Brighton Station and heading left into the North Laine area this is the first piece of Street Art you will be confronted by, a huge and most impressive mural to deceased individuals from music history on the side of The Prince Albert Pub and by REQ & Sinna 1, a work worthy of the space devoted to it.

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Recreation of the once iconic work in Brighton by Banksy, which was removed and sold for £1 million, also on The Prince Albert pub premises.

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Work by SNUB23 to be found on the corner of Trafalgar Lane, a prime location for Street Art and a place that presents a somewhat historical discourse of this artist alone, with works of varying ages to be seen. It’s fair to say that as far as the Brighton scene is concerned SNUB23 is the undisputed king.

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Work by SNUB23.

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Work by SNUB23.

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Work by SNUB23.

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Work by SNUB23.

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Work by SNUB23.

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Work by SNUB23 & Skatinchinchilla.

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Work by Skatinchinchilla.

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Delightful and warm work from Waleska Nomura.

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Cheery work from Dirty30.

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Work from Sinna 1.

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Work by Minty.

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Work from REQ, love the addition of a frame for this work.

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Work by Aroe MSK, our favourite of several pieces from this prominent artist in the area.

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Work by Aroe MSK.

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Work by Aroe MSK.

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Work from Aroe MSK.

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Work by Fat Heat.

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Work from Ink Fetish.

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Noriaki’s trademark character, a prevalent force around London from his mere six week visit, so it was a pleasure to be able to see how much further afield he got in his mischief.  

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Work from Odisy & Tomjiroe.

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Work by Resin & Spen.

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Stencil work from Stewy.

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Work by Grant Dejonge.

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Superb stencil work from Snik outside the Art Schism Gallery.

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Fantastic work from Australian Street Artist Rone, designed as part of a series of pieces focused on women supporting each other and a real standout work in Brighton. This work can be found in New Road. 

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Some Graffiti from Stranger MSK. 

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Work from SNUB23, showing a change of focus and can be found along London Road.

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Work by SNUB23.

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Striking work from Mr Cenz.

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Work by Cassette Lord.

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Work by Cassette Lord.

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Work by Cassette Lord.

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Work from Dee on Brighton Pier.

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If you know who did this work please let us know.

4 comments on “The Street Art & Graffiti Of Brighton

  1. Great Graffiti and great pictures from you. Thank you very much for sharing. A heard a lot of the graffiti and Streetart pieces in Brighton but i never visited this city. I must go there in the near future.

    • Ashamedly this was our first visit to Brighton, it had long been on our list of places to visit and was certainly worth it, lots of great things to see besides the thriing Street Art & Graffiti works. Glad you enjoyed Dosenkurst.

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