Eine – Middlesex Street, London

As part of the upcoming ‘Faces’ exhibition which opens on Thursday 16 September at the Electric Blue Gallery,  Ben Flynn, a.k.a. Eine has taken over an entire street, nicknamed  ‘Alphabet Street’ (Middlesex Street, formerly Petticoat Lane) across  a series of multiple weeks. 

The regeneration project proudly marks the boundary line between the East End and the City of London.

All shop shutters have been painted in pastel colours with Eine’s distinctive typography.

EineEine      EineEine      Eine

Across 4 weeks weather permitting, Eine also worked on a mural depicting flying crosswords.

This is one of the most complex mural, multi-layered, multicolored he’s done to date.
The main sentence if you can find it *, sits perfectly in the City surroundings.

Here are some pics of the work in progress


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Eine with his assistants

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* Sell the house, the kids, the wife, it’s bonus time

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www.einesigns.co.uk

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