New Dan Kitchener Street Art In Stratford

A month or so back saw Street Artist Dan Kitchener take to Stratford to paint what is the largest wall he has yet to paint in London, a whopping 75ft x 30ft surface, and certainly a work that makes exemplary use of the space available. Depicting one a futuristic vision of Tokyo as a city port punctuated by the ships and junks docking and flying around the bustling city skies in this electric world and all overlooked by the ‘Queen of Neon’ who represents the spirit of Tokyo, epitomized by the cables and neon signs entwined in her hair, becoming very much part of her construction and being. She stands proud at the centre of the city around her, the very essence of her surroundings. This stunning work can be found in Ferns Road, Stratford and was put up with support from Vikt Photography.

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