Eine: Typographic Vandal

Many Londoners, particularly those who frequent Shoreditch and Old Street, will be familiar with the work of street artist Eine: his bright lettering adorns many a shop shutter – a project which originally started when he used four shop fronts on the Kingsland Road to spell out his name “Eine” – one letter per shutter. Since then the letters have become more anonymous and Eine has well and truly put bold, colourful typography onto the streets – not only of London – but Stockholm, Paris and also Newcastle…

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