Irony’s Graffiti Burns Up London

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UK street artist Irony has really outdone himself with a new mural in Camden Market, London. It is titled “Burn,” shown in the image above, a blazing piece which may be a simple nod to urban art or a more complex message related with society and politics. It leaves room for interpretation. He’s also spray painted a claw machine and sweet innocent birds on walls—mixing up the themes as he worked with graffitists BOE and Fanakapan.

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January 6, 2015 Art Graffiti Murals Street Art