We told you yesterday about the launch of the new London Pleasure Gardens and today we’re here to tell you about all the amazing artists they’ve bought to London with them.
The Pleasure Gardens are based on a 17th century tradition of offering people quiet and secluded places to enjoy art and music. Opening their doors this weekend the Pontoon Dock based experience has seen a number of artists including Ron English and Shepard Fairey take to the streets of London to create new pieces in the its honour.
Fairey’s created the largest street art mural in the whole of the UK (a giant megaphone) while Ron English has resigned the nose end of a plane and Risk has given some old buses a make over.
All of their handy work can be seen above and don’t forget that the London Pleasure Gardens opens tomorrow (30th June) with two nights of free music. Check it out.