01-02 July 2017, London (England)

EndoftheLine bring the International Meeting of Styles to London for it’s 8th edition. Graffiti writers & Local artists join forces to paint walls around the Nomadic Community Garden, the home of East London’s biggest painted wall and the beating heart of the local community.

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Live music, DJ’s, Beatboxers, food and drink on offer, this is the second of free 2 day festivals in the heart of East London, providing an escape from the city without leaving the capital.

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The event is organised through the hard work of London’s End Of The Line and set up around the recently established Nomadic Community Gardens, a location that over the last couple of months has offered itself up and propelled itself to the position of one of the must see locations to witness Street Art in London.

Additionally there were extra works placed up in the adjacent park & streets of Allen Gardens, Pedley Street, Grimsby Street & Scalter Street, keeping all the works very centralised.

Walls are all around Nomadic Community Garden, Shoreditch.

Contact the local organisation!

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