Press

The King’s Land in the news and blogs.

The BBC Worldwide has made a series of short films about quirky places in East London. In the episode Dalston, Naz and The King’s Land are featured. Here is the film – Naz is featured at 2:58min into the film.

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IF YOU’VE TAKEN ANY PHOTOS OR BLOGGED THE PROJECT PLEASE DROP US A LINE AND WE’LL REPOST.

London Calling

Spitalfields Life

Olivia Arthur’s Hackney Chronicles photoessay of The King’s Land

DERELICT LONDON  section on “houses”

GLOBAL STREET ART article and interview

TIME OUT LONDON WEBSITE photos of London street art

FAULT Magazine – article and photos by Kayleigh Rawlings

TIME OUT LONDON 14-20.06.21012 p.8 This week in London section, “Monster Smash – Soon to be Demolished Kingsland Estate murals are a huge hit” article by Celia Topping.

Articles –

Megan Conery writes on DISTORTED

Julia Rampen writes on  MIDDLEEASTLONDON

Celia Topping in BROWN BOOKS

Newspapers –

Hackney Citizen newspaper


Blogs and Pinboards –

Street Gazing – section Nov 2012

Artoben

Street Art pinboard

on Instagram

Mick Hartley blog

Al Cattell photography

STANDARDFACT blog

HOOKED blog

Made in Shoreditch website and blog

The Londonist news blog

who’s jack blog

rat and mouse blog

London Art Preview blog

Urban Art awards blog on street art

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  1. Hi Nazir

    This project looks really interesting and I’d love to write about it. Is there a time in the next few weeks when I could visit the site and chat to you for a few minutes about it?

    Best wishes

    Julia

    (contact at middleeastlondon [at] gmail.com)

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