The Concrete Canvas

This radio programme explores the rise of street art out of graffiti and how it appears to have become more widely accepted by the general public. The programme follows a guided street art tour around London and features interviews with key personalities associated with the street art scene. Magazine editor George Macdonald, gallery owner Pure Evil, blogger No Lions In England and artists Dan Kitchener and Ben Eine detail the scene, describing the public’s perception of their work.

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