Boris Johnson, Prime Minister – a reflection

As the 32nd longest serving Prime Minister in UK history Boris Johnson certainly provided plenty of material to fuel the imaginations of street artists in his 3 years and 44 days in charge of the country. On 6 September 2022 Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson stepped down from the role and handed the metaphorical baton to Liz Truss. Now seems a good time to bring together a selection of the many and varied pasteups, murals and other artwork he inspired that has been shared on our streets over the last few years.

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Lots of new SubDude photos

The gallery for SubDude has just been updated with 28 new photos of paste-ups taken in Shoreditch, London in April.

SubDude is a London street artist, whose website tells us:

I like playing with words. I began with a little yellow man who I called SubDude. Then I got all political with Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Theresa May and more.