Look, I don’t name the bars; I just take the pictures.
There’s a small sculpture on top of this signpost by Jonesy. Apparently there used to be a lot more of them, but they disappear, either by the Council or by people taking them, which is quite a feat since they’re secured by a big metal spike anchored down into the post.
Sundial on the Brick Lane Jamme Masjid (mosque), built as a Protestant Chapel (a lot of Huguenot refugees settled in the area in the 1700s), moving through several Christian denomination before becoming a synagogue, which eventually closed and became home to several textile workers and then became a mosque.
In addition to the poster, note the little Christmas tree, which is made of Lego.
Crane by Roa. This was covered up by the local council before the Olympics because … people don’t like looking at birds when they eat curry I guess? Also, we all know that erecting new blank canvases is definitely the way to stop graffiti (I guess municipal councillors not getting it crosses international borders). A local petition eventually got the cover removed.
A capoeira dancer by Martin Ron and Crane by Roa
I’m not sure if you can tell from the image, but this work was created by covering the window in white paint and then scratching bits off to make them transparent. By Borondo.
The detail on this elephant-opus close-up is amazing. By La Pandilla.