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THE latest 2015 graff / street art in & around Brighton

Brighton & Hove has earned itself an international reputation over the last few years for its stunning and original graffiti artwork dotted around the city. Banksy's 'Kissing Policeman' once adorned the wall of a pub near Brighton station (the original was sold but a replica still exists) and top European graffiti artists are soon to visit the city to create new artwork on the hoardings at the site of the forthcoming i360 viewing tower (due to open in late 2015).
Simply wander around the city and you are almost guaranteed to stumble upon an impressive piece of street art at some point - from a huge Star Wars to a colourful chess inspired mural in the North Laine.


Earlier archival images from our archival walkabouts .. some work now long gone .. http://www.rwcs-photographics.com/brighton-street-art : remember RWCS have been recording and archiving street art since 2008 : see our previous galleries

Some Top 10 Graffiti Artworks in Brighton a 10 roundup of graffiti art in the city below:


Music mural - famous musicians adorn the side of the Prince Albert Pub in Trafalgar Street. Replica of Banksy's 'Kissing Policemen' - Prince Albert Pub, Trafalgar Street.
Star Wars AT-ATs - 30ft versions of the AT-ATs by local graffiti artist Paul Barlow can be seen along Ditchling Road.

Run DMC mural - features a giant chessboard created by well-known British street artists Odisy and Aroe. Kensington Street, North Laine.
i360 street art - hoardings around the i360 site (by West Pier) have been decorated by prominent graffiti artists. Big international names are also due to visit in October to add more artwork.
Giant blue fire-breathing dragon - adorns a hairdressers on the corner of north Road and Robert Street. Created by Odisy.
The Hair Cutter - completely covers a wall in St George’s Mews. Created by artist Snug.
Urban Art Wall - started in 2005, this art wall is a centrepiece of New England Road.
Cassette Lord - you don't need to go far in the city to spot a cable box playfully decorated by community steet artist Cassette Lord.
Mural at Black Rock - an ever-changing 'unofficial gallery' on the wooden hoardings beside Brighton Marina reflects Brighton's lively graffiti scene.
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