30 September 2016 | 12 °C

| By: M@

Street Art Of The Olympic Park

Street Art Of The Olympic Park
Cyclops, Gold Peg, Mighty Mo and Sweet Toof come together near Hackney Wick.
Cyclops, Gold Peg, Mighty Mo and Sweet Toof come together near Hackney Wick.
Lolly pops in love.
Lolly pops in love.
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An angular Mighty Mo.
An angular Mighty Mo.
TYPE, with a typically large typographic piece.
TYPE, with a typically large typographic piece.
Huge montage along the Lee.
Huge montage along the Lee.
An old piece under the A12.
An old piece under the A12.
Early Stik pieces near Folly for a Flyover.
Early Stik pieces near Folly for a Flyover.
A hoarding stencil near Stratford High Street
A hoarding stencil near Stratford High Street
A catish piece by Tek33.
A catish piece by Tek33.
A colourful tag near Stratford High Street
A colourful tag near Stratford High Street
A trio by Tek33, tagged over, possibly by Tox.
A trio by Tek33, tagged over, possibly by Tox.
Burning Candy Crew, a drowning woman and a swimming dog. It's all go.
Burning Candy Crew, a drowning woman and a swimming dog. It's all go.
A bright tag near the Greenway.
A bright tag near the Greenway.
We're not sure who the artist is here. Anyone know?
We're not sure who the artist is here. Anyone know?
A tagged-up wall along the Lee Navigation.
A tagged-up wall along the Lee Navigation.
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Burning Candy crew take over an industrial unit.
Burning Candy crew take over an industrial unit.

Never mind the Cultural Olympiad. There's plenty of art around the Olympic Park already. We circumnavigated the great building site at the weekend, photographing the street art around the perimeter. Most of it's on the Lee Navigation, and much of the decoration is by the Burning Candy Crew. And then there was that giant Stik we mentioned a couple of days ago. Will it still be there one year from now? Click through the gallery above for a guide.

Last Updated 12 June 2016