Brixton is a South London district famous for bustling markets, Electric Avenue, the Ritzy Picturehouse and a wonderful labyrinth of street art. The urban walls not only represent local heritage, but also various music genres, flashes of history and even the protests that have taken place there. Here is a guide to some of the unique creations in the area.
Next to a sparkling vegan food outlet appears a huge, semi-creepy, unravelling hand greeting visitors to the entrance of Brixton Village and Market Row. With intricate detail and minimal colour, the vivid piece is an artistic talking point in the small area.