End for graffiti hotspot in Shoreditch

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End for graffiti hotspot in Shoreditch
27th June 2014

The derelict block on a car-park on Leonard Street is about to be torn down to make way for a hotel and some luxury flats.

It's been home to some of East London’s biggest street murals including C - E - P - T's famous piece called 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'.

Global Street Art who helped commission the art is producing limited prints so the work won't be forgotten.

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