The people behind the Terry Pratchett graffiti memorial

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The people behind the Terry Pratchett graffiti memorial

A series of graffiti style tributes to the author Terry Pratchett, who died in March, have been created.

They feature scenes from his famous Discworld series of novels. 

And one of the art works is on Code Street in East London.

The mural production company End of the Line is behind it, and their founders Jim Vision and Matilda Tickner-Du explain more. 

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