Living Walls at the Olympic Park in London

The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London has been open in full to the public for a few months now, but there’s still a lot of building work going on. To help beautify the hoardings that are masking the work, the London Legacy Development Corporation teamed up with Moniker Projects and Create London to put together ‘Living Walls’, 2.5kms of public art in the park.

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