Over the weekend and culminating today Leake Street played host to an incredible production featuring some 30 or so Graffiti Writers and Street Artists all setting out to have some fun for Halloween and in doing so created ‘A Nightmare On Leake Street’ along one entire length of the tunnel. Impressively organised by SkyHigh with a brief of working with a green, purple and blue colour scheme for the collaborative effort and a subject fueled by Graffiti and horror, we here at London Calling Blog have yet to see any piece produced on such a scale and by so many artists and the result is just excellent, this side of Leake Street looks fantastic for the time being. Unfortunately due to an event in one of the side sections of the tunnel we were unable to photo half of the works along the core tunnel section, but do have the feature section to share with you in all its glory. For any of the artists who contributed to this excellent production and aren’t featured here, all we can say is sorry but trucks win. Hats off to all involved and especially to SkyHigh for putting this together.
Let the Nightmare begin.
Works by Roo, Teaser, SkyHigh, Alone, Ekto, JXC, Core246, Ster, Toile, & Hertze.
Work by Roo.
Works by Roo, Teaser & SkyHigh.
Works by Teaser & SkyHigh.
Works by Alone & Ekto.
Works by Teaser, SkyHigh, Alone & Ekto..
Works by Alone, Ekto & JXC.
Work by JXC.
Work by JXC.
Works by JXC, Core246 & Ster.
Works by Core246 & Ster.
Works by Toile & Hertse.
Works by Core246, Ster, Toile, Hertse & Samer.
Work by Samer.
Works by Samer, Nelius & Ante.
Works by Nelius & Ante.
Works by Teaser, SkyHigh, Alone, Ekto, JXC, Core246, Ster, Toile, Hertze & Samer.
Work by oNION.
2 comments on “‘A Nightmare On Leake Street’ Monster Graffiti Production In Leake Street For Halloween”
Damn, I was in Vauxhall last night. I should have nipped over.
Some great photos, it’s one of the biggest productions I’ve seen, with some amazing work. I didn’t manage to get a good one of the Onion piece, but that was one of my favourites. Here’s a few more photos: http://globalstreetart.com/duncan