Remembering the Olympics

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A year ago, the Olympics were under way, and we watched the opening celebration ceremony for the Olympic games. As a tribute to last year's games, I have discovered some of my unpublished photographs of Olympic-related street art that I recently discovered. (I've got another entry full of Olympic street art here:

Code FC. (Piece has since been covered.)

Sadly, most of the Olympics street art has been painted over. However, such is the nature of street art that it gets replaced over time; the street is always evolving. Most pieces survived for several months. 

Various Olympics pieces. Bricks with the Olympic colours can still be seen in some areas, and the beefeater mascot (by Mark Hayward) is still on Brick Lane. A few paste-ups may still be seen on Blackall Street.

More Olympic-painted bricks. I'm not sure who the artist is.

A very worn piece from Code FC, located just off Brick Lane.
Otto Schade

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