The conflict in Ukraine is reflected in London’s street art
The world is in a scary place right now, but it’s also largely united in solidarity with Ukraine. This has notably materialized in the flourishing of street art all over the world. The walls of London are filled with images and words in favor of the beleaguered country, messages of love, peace and Putin-bashing.
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We went to photograph the next image of Pegasus, on the signs around the Shoreditch Art’Otel, but it had already been painted over. Fortunately, Andrew Patrick White had recorded it.
Shoreditch alongside Ukraine pic.twitter.com/yzbiq1S54l
—Andrew Patrick White (@ApwFA) February 28, 2022
Meanwhile, the Russian Embassy in Notting Hill has become a focal point for pro-Ukrainian protests and graffiti.
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Last updated March 09, 2022