Agents of Change Paint the Largest Mural in London

By - Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Mare 139 posted about four of his crew mates who are a part of Agents of Change, hitting up two sides of the 5-story Georgian building that include both the Karpo restaurant and the Megaro Hotel, in London. This apparently is the largest mural ever done in town and it appears to be quite impressive and definitely eye catching from it’s vibrant appearance. The exterior of the building wasn’t the only thing this crew hit up but in fact the interior features work done by each artist (Remi/Rough from London, Edinburgh-based Steve More, LX.One from Paris, and LA-based Augustine Kofie) that the hotel and restaurant purchased for their decor. The process to complete this amazing mural took about two weeks and also took 150 liters of emulsion and 150 liters of spray paint to get it done. Definitely giving my big ups to these guys who put together and executed a great piece of work for London to admire. Text: Jude Liana Source: Creative Review

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