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A Hoxton gallery is fighting road rage with art

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Sonya Barber
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© Sam Dunn

Okay, time for some real talk. Over the last five years there were 23,000 bike accidents and 80 deaths on London roads. It's time for some action, people. KK Outlet in Hoxton Square are protesting against London's lack of cycle safety in the way they do best – by putting on a rad exhibition. Their summer show, 'Commute Nice London' is hoping to inspire the city to be nicer to each other on the roads, whether you're on four wheels, two wheels or two legs. They've got a fab load of illustrators, designers and artists to make posters portraying positive people-friendly messages. You can buy them as posters or bumper stickers until July 31 when the show closes. 

Here are a few of our faves:

© Alex May Hughes

© Biff

© Anthony Burrill

 

© Craig and Karl

© Crispin Finn

© KK Outlet

© Laura Callaghan

© Saskia Pomeroy

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