Facelift brightens up London’s East End

By Sarah Ann McCay06 June 2013

Facelift gives street artist Thierry Noirhas a lift as he brightens up the walls of London’s East En

Facelift gives street artist Thierry Noirhas a lift as he brightens up the walls of London’s East End

Facelift Access Hire has been employing some creative license with a recent assignment.

Internationally recognised street artists used Facelift equipment in East London, UK, to help them get to the heights they needed to paint striking murals on high walls in Dalston and Shoreditch.

Included in the artistic line up was iconic street artist Thierry Noirhas, who has brought his talent for street art, nurtured on the streets of pre-1989 Berlin, to the streets of the UK capital.

Thierry brightened up the streets of the Eastern part of the city by painting a striking mural across the exterior of the Village Underground Wall as part of a programme of events organised by Street Art London.

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