Southbank graffiti and skating area
The Southbank area of the riverside underneath the National Theatre is always plastered with graffiti and is a firm favourite hangout for kids on BMX’s and skateboards. Nestled in between the busy coming and goings on the Southbank, the graffiti covered walls always seem to draw a crowd as tourists wing their way towards the riverside view of the London Eye or towards Big Ben.
Often every inch of the walls are covered and rammed full of graffiti, tags and sticker art. The walls, slopes and even parts of roof are covered and create a multi coloured canvas of vivid and bright graphics.
This is not really the best spot to go and take photos of specific pieces, as the area is generally full of people making the most of the area’s slopes and rails with boards or blades, but it can be fun to go and watch.
I’m pretty sure most people who have visited London will have snapped some pictures of this area and the graffiti here, so if you would like to have pictures featured on this site please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org