Last month, Scottish graffiti artists Macism and Spore were invited to paint a huge mural in East London as part of the Walls Project run by Global Street Art. The Walls Project is an initiative to bring more public street art works to the world, starting with the city of London and this new mural marked the 100th wall.

Spore and Macism

Taking over three days, the mural was the biggest collaboration so far by the two artists from Dundee and Glasgow who are known for their mix of photorealism and abstract graffiti art. The wall was loosely based on the theme of water and will hopefully act as a springboard for further public wall commissions and projects in Scotland and further afield.

Spore and Macism

The next big project will see them painting another public mural at Upfest, a street art festival in Bristol this May.

Spore and Macism

You can go see Spore and Macism’s finished mural at 5th Base Gallery, 23 Heneage Street, London.

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