The 10-Year-Old Graffiti Artist Who’s Tagging Britain With Chickens

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Graffiti artist Binty Bint has a pretty unique assistant – her ten-year-old daughter Lola. The anonymous graffiti artist started experimenting with graffiti when she was in secondary school and has since forged a career out of her unique-style street art.

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Unlike other politically charged graffiti artists, Binty Bint is known for her colourful and happy chickens that decorate dustbins, garage doors, houses and playgroups all over the UK. And daughter Lola was instrumental in choosing Binty Bint’s signature chicken.

One street artist always guaranteed to raise a smile is Binty Bint. Her colourful snooty chickens, Wellington boots, hearts and flowers can be spotted all around London and, in particular, inside the Leake Street tunnel.

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The artist, who wishes to remain anonymous, drew a chicken one night – with wellies on – and, after gaining her daughters’ approval, decided that she would paint the chicken to showcase her talents.Happy graffiti and positive street art can change our moods, put a smile on our chops and enhance a sense of community… and what could be better than that!

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