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Is Mobstr The New Banksy?


If you live in East London and you're a keen observer of your surroundings, you might already be an unwitting fan of street artist Mobstr.

The subversive geordie has been slowly making his mark around Shoreditch and Hackney for the past two years and his latest set of designs give you an idea of what truly drives his work.

Like Banksy, the godfather of street art, Mobstr has a mischievous streak and his attention-grabbing, billboard-dissecting, pavement-stencilling pieces would surely make the iconic Bristolian proud.

You can see more of his work here.



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