Jubilee: The Queen In Street Art

M@
By M@ Last edited 64 months ago
Jubilee: The Queen In Street Art
DFace (these were all over London a few years ago), by Claude London.
DFace (these were all over London a few years ago), by Claude London.
Unknown (Global Street Art)
Unknown (Global Street Art)
Unknown (Global Street Art)
Unknown (Global Street Art)
Mr Farenheit by Mrdotfarenheit in the Londonist Flickr pool.
Mr Farenheit by Mrdotfarenheit in the Londonist Flickr pool.
Puking queen by Don, on Great Eastern Street (M@)
Puking queen by Don, on Great Eastern Street (M@)
t.wat off Brick Lane (by Liborius in the Londonist Flickr pool).
t.wat off Brick Lane (by Liborius in the Londonist Flickr pool).
A Charlton queen by Dr Max in the Londonist Flickr pool.
A Charlton queen by Dr Max in the Londonist Flickr pool.
Cartrain, from Global Street Art
Cartrain, from Global Street Art
By Claude London
By Claude London
Lizzie says relax on Old Street roundabout. Photo by M@.
Lizzie says relax on Old Street roundabout. Photo by M@.
Bikini Queen, off Camden High Street. Photo by M@.
Bikini Queen, off Camden High Street. Photo by M@.
An unknown, and not so friendly, piece from Melbourne (Global Street Art)
An unknown, and not so friendly, piece from Melbourne (Global Street Art)

Banksy might have made all the headlines for his Jubilee street art in Turnpike Lane, but he was by no means the first to portray regal themes through graffiti. Here are a few more pics of the Queen from around town and beyond.

Note on images: Photos marked 'Global Street Art' and 'Claude London' obtained from Global Street Art with thanks. Other images from the Londonist Flickr pool (Dr Max, Liborius, mrdotfarenheit), or by M@, as labelled.

Last Updated 30 May 2012