1. Ben Eine, 'The Review'
Prolific and enigmatic street artist Ben Eine creates his largest mural yet, 'The Review', stretching a monumental 400 metres and bringing together the past, present and future.
2. David Shillinglaw, 'Tapestry'
This modern day interpretation of the Bayeux tapestry represents the story of this changing area of East London, as told through the eyes of the local community.
3. Mark McClure, 'Uphoarding'
Sustainability, recycling and up-cycling are a growing movement in our modern world, and are celebrated in this artwork which reclaims the term 'hoarding'.
4. Jo Peel, 'Meet Me In The City'
This significant new commission from artist Jo Peel realises her signature cityscapes and paintings of local landmarks in three dimensions, incorporating architectural elements.
5. Various Artists, 'Your Ad Here'
Your Ad Here is a celebration of the local independent businesses that are such an integral part of East London's community and economy.
Living Walls has been commissioned by Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of our Arts and Culture programme and curated and produced by Moniker Projects and Create.