Access gets arty in East London
While you might not associate access equipment with art, recent activity in East London means that might be set to change, after internationally recognised street artists used Facelift equipment to get to the height they needed to paint striking murals on high walls in Dalston and Shoreditch.
As covered in a previous issue of High Times, iconic street artist Thierry Noir has brought his talent for street art, nurtured on the streets of pre-1989 Berlin to the streets of the capital.
As part of a programme of events organised by Street Art London, Thierry brightened up the streets of the Eastern part of the city by painting a striking mural across the exterior of the Village Underground Wall.
View the artists (and the access equipment) in action here