One of my favourite areas to go to is Shoreditch, a gritty and urban edge place that i’m in love with!!!!! Most walls, lamppost’s and front shops are covered in awesome graffiti and dope stickers. The art on the walls change
, always something new to see every time you visit. Not only that, there’s many rad rooftop bars and
vintage stores to visit.
I keep coming back to this area, starting from when I was 17 years old, going on a trip with my Art&Design class back in college, and fell in love with this artsy place. Now i’m almost 21 and still come here like its the first time. I take my camera (I use a Canon EOS 100D) atleast one buddy and just purely roam around with no exact plan whatsoever…..
Pictures above, I took in April this year of ‘Cargo London’ a cool and atmospheric place for bands and DJ’S with global menu and a garden Chillout.
Cargo London / Address: 83 Rivington St, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3AY
Before leaving the UK, Borondo had the opportunity to work his magic on a boat somewhere along River Lee in East London. The talented Spanish artist painted the roof with a signature image showing his remix of the iconic “Ophelia” painting by John Everett Millais. This piece was painted in collaboration with Carmen Maín.