There's a wall just off Brick Lane on Hanbury Street that
fascinates me with its constant renewal by talented street artists.
When I saw the potential of the first image, the skinhead
and the fundamentalist, I didn't know that I would be chronicling this ever-changing gallery.
The fifth image is the odd one out. I saw the artist preparing his work, intended to convey very strong, anti-capitalist message. The scene was a group of men sitting around a table with designs on the world's wealth. The artist gave the figures grossly characterised Jewish features. The local authority decided that it was anti-Semitic and ordered it to be over-painted.
As time passes, it becomes more difficult to selectively record the Wall given the proliferation of street art tours.