Brick Lane in East London is a fascinating place to visit. It’s one of London’s popular hubs. Brick Lane is about all things retro, vintage, Old School and also modern and it seems like Sunday is the best day to go there. I suppose this is because Brick Lane is well known for the Sunday market. But the area can get quite crowded by lunchtime. On my first approach to Brick Lane, I immediately expected to see the market with a row of stalls, but I learnt that the market was a few kilometers away. So I found a few restaurants at the beginning of the Lane and as I continued my journey, I could see the market ahead
Brick Lane also well known for its community of Artists, Photographers, Fashion enthusiasts, vintage stalls and shops, people browsing and for those who are very much interested in this trend.
Although I haven’t always been a big fan of graffiti art, I’ve been inspired by this work of art lately. Along the streets of Brick Lane, I found artwork of various kinds, especially along the adjoining streets, but it was the graffiti art that really caught my eyes. Almost every side street had a piece of graffiti art displayed on its walls. I felt that Brick lane is one place where some artists can express themselves through Art. An inspirational place.