Eley Kishimoto graffiti at Brixton tube station

As of this morning, the entrance to Brixton tube station in London boasts a swirling piece of pavement art, courtesy of designers Eley Kishimoto

As of this morning, the entrance to Brixton tube station in London boasts a swirling piece of pavement art, courtesy of designers Eley Kishimoto

Unveiled to coincide with Brixton Design Week, FLASH is the work of Kishimoto and local design studios 2MZ and Studio db.

The piece, which uses one of the duo’s trademark patterns, was created using a series of large digitally-cut stencils.

Brixton Design Week is on now and runs until September 21.

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