Street art curated by Cure Studio

Brightening up the corner of Old Street and Rufus Street this week is a temporary exhibition curated by graphic designers Cure Studio. The colourful hoarding wraps around design-loving entrepreneur Alan Yau’s new baby, a Busaba Eathai restaurant due to open in May.

Every fortnight the boards will reveal a new exhibition before the big launch. First up is Jason Lowe’s photo collages (pictured), which will be followed by fabric samples from trendy East London fashion boutique A Child of the Jago.

Cure Studio’s ongoing take-a-pen-and-pass-it-on project Big Antidote will finish off the show, with a collaborative comic strip that resembles a grown-up version of a kid’s party game.

Not quite the multimedia laser show we’ve come to expect from Yau but nonetheless, something pleasing to look at on the way into work.

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