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Larger than life on the Isle of Dogs

06 May 2016

Every now and then we have to share something that has very little to do with the UK or global mobility but which just catches our eye, and this certainly did.Driving out of London it is hard to miss the graffiti attached to the side of this block of flats. The larger than large Chihuahua can be found on the junction of Chrisp Road and East India Dock Road, London E14.  The giant art work was painted by local astists Irony and Boe who clearly have a love of dogs as this is not the first they have painted. If you are coming out of the nearest DLR station, All Saints, you can’t miss it. Maybe that’s why it’s called the Isle of Dogs?The GoogleMap reference can be found here.  

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