Brick Lane Gallery. I know this kind of street art is not to every ones taste, but I don't mind it if its done with real thought. Sometimes I think parts of the Southside of Glasgow could be enhanced with a bit of thoughtful artistic colour. For a city famed for its arty museums and art schools, I don't know why its not taken off here, especially as the Westend of Glasgow often gets a good lick of paint, perhaps because that is where the tourists tread, unlike parts of the Southside. Follow this link, this and this one for consented street art in the Westend of Glasgow.
Anyway, I digress - Brick Lane can be described as an open, free street art gallery that is updated pretty much on a nightly basis and I was here to enjoy its latest offerings. Here are some of the street art that we got to see.
Brick Lane has a number of breathtaking street art such as this one by Roa. Roa is a Belgian street artists who is renowned for his giant black and white animals, many of which can still be found on decaying walls and shutters that come down at night. This magnificent Crane is the biggest of them on Hanbury Street.
Okay, last one - HAPPY
link where the blogger has captured some other graffiti art in and around the Brick Lane area.