Paint Jam In Bethnal Green

On Saturday in Paradise Row, Bethnal Green a fantastic Paint Jam featuring some thirteen artists took place, organized by Hidden Streets Of London and very much giving Paradise Row a much needed and stylish makeover in the process. Despite the grey weather and sudden, though thankfully short spells of intense downpours, the atmosphere was fantastic with artists and attending photographers alike very much enjoying the spectacle on display and unfolding before our very eyes. Working the remaining church wall and hoardings alongside this recently established building site, which is set to become a Travel Lodge – meaning another of East London’s finest spots for Street Art is set to be lost in the continuing gentrification of the area, the artists certainly left their mark with a wide range of styles on display, each setting to brighten up and bring life to this delightful little stretch along the train lines.

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Fankapan & Horror Crew at work on their collaboration of the day.

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Airborne Mark starting off his piece for the day.

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Seeds One, The Real Dill, Dahkoh & Bill Daggs at work.

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Seeds One at work.

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The Real Dill & Dahkoh at work.

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616 on top form with this large-scale roller work.

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Frankie Strand at work on her collaboration with The Real Dill & Dhakoh.

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Fanakapan & Horror Crew at work.

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Lenny Massive starting her days work.

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Airborne Mark at work.

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The Real Dill & Bill Daggs at work.

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It just isn’t a Paint Jam without Lenny Massive present.

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Thisone at work.

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616 starting his second piece of the day and Thisone at work.

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Horrow Crew at work.

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Frankie Strand & Bill Daggs at work.

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Frankie Strand at work.

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Thisone at work.

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Thieu at work.

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Lenny Massive, Frankie Strand, Seeds One , Bill Daggs & Bill Thorpe at work.

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Seeds One, The Real Dill, Frankie Strand & Bill Daggs at work.

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Bill Daggs at work.

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Bill Thorpe at work.

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Seeds One on fire with his delightful dominating ‘Roller Worms’.

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Fanakapan & Horow Crew at work.

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Fanakapan at work.

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Fanakapan, Horow Crew & Seeds One at work.

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616 & Skeleton Cardboard at work.

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616 & Skeleton Cardboard at work.

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Seeds One & Bill Daggs at work.

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Thieu at work.

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Fanakapan, Horow Crew & Seeds One at work.

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Fanakapan at work adding some of the finishing touches.

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Works by Bill Thorpe & 616.

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Works by Bill Daggs, Bill Thorpe & 616.

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Work by Bill Daggs.

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Fresh works by Lenny Massive, Seeds One, Frankie Strand, The Real Dill, Dahkoh, Bill Daggs, Bill Thorpe & 616 – with old works from Donk & Pyramid Oracle still to be spied.

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Works by Lenny Massive, Seeds One, Frankie Strand, The Real Dill, Dahkoh, Bill Daggs, Bill Thorpe & 616.

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Works from by Lenny Massive, Seeds One, Frankie Strand, The Real Dill & Dahkoh.

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Works by The Real Dill & Dahkoh.

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Work by The Real Dill.

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Work by Dahkoh.

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Work by Lenny Massive.

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Unable to get a clear view of Horror Crew’s great addition to the day we will have to share some detail shots for the time being.

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Detail of work by Horrow Crew.

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Detail of work by Horrow Crew.

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Work by Fanakapan.

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Works by Skeleton Cardboard & Airborne Mark.

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Work by Airborne Mark.

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Work by Skeleton Cardboard.

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Work by Thieu.

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Works by 616, Skeleton Cardboard & Thisone.

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Works by Skeleton Cardboard & Thisone.

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Work by Thisone.

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Work by Skeleton Cardboard.

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Work by 616.

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Works by 616, Skeleton Cardboard & Thisone.

3 comments on “Paint Jam In Bethnal Green

  1. Looks amazing. And it was pretty wet on Saturday. Impressed. But what- another hotel in East London. Meh, that sucks. Well covered though on the work. Top artists, yet again.

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