New Street Art In The Nomadic Community Gardens

Over the last seven months a beautifully inspired community project has been born and seems to be gaining more and more momentum as the months pass, all through the diligent and impressive work from the 1 Love Community. By developing a system of raised vegetable beds, the project is setting to utilize unused spaces or those awaiting development in order to use this spot as a place in the city for the local and diverse community to grow food, share knowledge and skills, build relations and care for their environment, all the while taking pride in their area.

In addition to this the location has offered itself up as one of the premier locations to see Street Art, offering a whole host of walls, setting to take this place to the high end of places that are essential to keep tabs on in London. We covered the Greenhouse Paint Jam held in the gardens some seven months back which saw the area receive its freshest incarnation as a Street Art venue (covered here), since then the Gardens have played host to the fantastic Meeting Of Styles event (covered here), and here we are covering works placed up over the last four months since Meeting Of Styles 2015.

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Work by Core246.

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Work by 2Rise.

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Work by Zadok.

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Work by PLIN.

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Work by Alo.

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Works by Alo & Noriaki.

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Work by Noriaki & Autone

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Work from Jim Vision along the bottom of the wall, accompanied by works from Tyme, Adno, Awore, Ekto & Zadok.IMG_0479

You can see more pictures and find out more about this piece on our post (covered here).

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Work by Jim Vision & Ekto.

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Work by Jim Vision.

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Work by Jim Vision.

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Work by Zadok.

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Work by Seyer.

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Great Graffiti work from Lifer.

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Work by Thisone on a boat.

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Incredible sculpture by Annalisa Mandia, made from recycled tyres.

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Incredible sculpture by Annalisa Mandia, made from recycled tyres.

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Incredible sculpture by Annalisa Mandia, made from recycled tyres.

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Incredible sculpture by Annalisa Mandia, made from recycled tyres.

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Incredible sculpture by Annalisa Mandia, made from recycled tyres.

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Work by Thisone.

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Work from visiting South African Graffiti Writer Crey One.

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Work by Thisone.

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Superb collaboration work from Jane Mutiny & Frankie Strand, taking on a nature driven theme and making for one of the current highlights to be seen in the Gardens.

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Work by Jane Mutiny, featuring an endangered Indian Pangolin.

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Detail of work by Jane Mutiny.

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Work by Frankie Strand.

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Detail of work by Frankie Strand.

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Work by Artista.

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Beautiful and inspiring work by Artista & Annatomix, based on Alice In Wonderland. You can see more pictures and find out more about this piece on our post (covered here).

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Detail of work by Annatomix & Artista.

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Detail of Work by Artista.

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Work by Sterling.

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Paste-up work by JDK.

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Fantastic Robot themed collaboration from Squirl, Ink Fetish, SPZero76 & Jim Vision. You can see more pictures and find out more about this piece on our post (covered here).

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Work by Squirl.

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Work by Ink Fetish.

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Work by SPZero76.

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Work by Jim Vision.

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Work by Squirl & Jim Vision.

4 comments on “New Street Art In The Nomadic Community Gardens

  1. The Nomadic gardens are one of the highlights this year that’s for sure!!! I’m very drawn to this oasis. How can it not grow on you more and more..

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