A touch of South America down Brick Lane by Martin Ron

A spectacular addition to the sky like of Shoreditch has emerged this morning, with a new mural from Argentinian street artist Martin Ron.

Just beside the iconic mural of a crane by ROA on Hanbury Street (off Brick Lane), Martin added his own instalment with a touch of Latin culture to the East-End  by painting a Buckingham Palace Queen’s Guard doing a Brazilian capoeira hand-stand.

Like his previous mural which he completed on the wall of Village Underground only few weeks ago, this artwork will also go down as another stunning master-piece to the Shoreditch street art scene by this World renowned expert muralist.

Some may like this while others may have reservations about the precise location of this mural, either way the wall has been painted now and in my opinion we should appreciate the talent shown by Martin Ron rather than criticising every notion of his artwork.

And to all the Martin Ron fans out there in London, fear not as this is not the end of Martin Ron in Shoreditch because he’ll be back to this part of London in April of next Year – 2014.

Hashtag: #Excited #CantWait

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About Bablu Miah

Trapped in Zone One yet loving everything London has to offer.
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