Camden estate gets graffiti facelift

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Camden estate gets graffiti facelift

A housing estate in Camden has been getting an artistic facelift as a part of a worldwide scheme to promote murals in public places.

The Chalk Farm Housing Estate will be getting more than 30 murals from renowned artists, while organisers plan to expand the project to other boroughs.

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