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Irony’s Graffiti Burns Up London

burn, spray can spraying fire, whoam irony

UK street artist Irony has really outdone himself with a new mural in Camden Market, London. It is titled “Burn,” shown in the image above, a blazing piece which may be a simple nod to urban art or a more complex message related with society and politics. It leaves room for interpretation. He’s also spray painted a claw machine and sweet innocent birds on walls—mixing up the themes as he worked with graffitists BOE and Fanakapan.

burn by whoam irony, camdem market fox yelling, graffiti
two birds, graffiti by whoam irony catch toy machine mural pigeon mural alice in wonderland painting on building
Photos © Whoam Irony

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January 6, 2015 Art Graffiti Murals Street Art