Street Art. Free displays of artistic talent or vandalism and a load of rubbish? The canvas is huge and ever changing, its mischievous with a history of rebellion, I've had my jaw drop open in amazement and laughed out loud. Its a constantly evolving free exhibition and treasure hunt that's best viewed by bike. I'm a fan! Over the past few months in my spare time I've cycled hundreds of miles across London and discovered some real gems, so its time to share the best ones I've got so far and hopefully others will post their good finds too. Cyclists get about so we should be able to amass a great collection. Extra points for bikes in photos as it acts as a constant reminder cycling is the best way to see them, and for scale purposes obviously If people are interested in coming on a bike ride to see some of them, I am happy to help arrange a ride or series of rides in September and October. If so just declare your interest here and if some peeps come forward I will set up a separate thread for us to agree dates, draw up a shortlist of pieces to visit, agree route, food and drink stops etc. @RedRider and @Nigel182 had previously hinted at interest but all are welcome. Right that's enough jabbering, unleash the spray cans.... ...and lets see those neglected, unloved, blank walls given some colour Art is often inspired by nature. I thought London wildlife was mostly pigeons, crows, rats and foxes, but when I started really looking I realised London has a still life safari park. I noticed a few bird drawings across town and after some interwebbing discovered they were by someone called ATM who did drawings of endangered or recently extinct UK birds:https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2014/mar/22/warning-signs-street-artist-atm-birds So I set off trying to find some. Chaffinch in Loughborough Junction A school grounds in Acton has a Goldfinch and a Jay A bullfinch in Turnpike Lane A lapwing, also in Turnpike Lane A goshawk in Walthamstow The now extinct in UK Great Bustard in Whitechapel Kingfisher in Dulwich Curlew in Mile End Snipe in Walthamstow Barn owl in Acton The head is all that remains of this Bittern in Bethnal Green And there is a whole flock in Coppermill Lane Walthamstow Big thanks to my friend in Wales,Jez Evans who identified the birds I could'nt.