Europe's largest 'shareable graffiti' comes to Brick Lane

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Europe's largest 'shareable graffiti' comes to Brick Lane

One of the UK's only full time professional female graffiti artists has created a painting described as Europe’s largest shareable piece of graffiti art.

The 60 x 10 ft canvas by 25-year-old Rosie Woods and her colleagues from Shoreditch based graffiti business, Graffiti Life, was completed on Wednesday evening at The Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane.

The piece features images from a new sci-fi film called 'Chappie' starring Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver and British-actor Dev Patel. 

The artwork was created as part of an event for influential YouTubers to promote the movie which will be released in cinemas on March 6.

The YouTubers were given parts of the artwork to offer as prizes for their viewers.

London Live's Reya El-Salahi has been to meet Rosie Woods and the founder of Graffiti Life, David Speed. 

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