We might complain about affordable housing, overcrowded trains and the (so far) mythical night tube, but when it comes down to it, London is pretty damn great. Artists from the Beautiful Crime gallery in Shoreditch think so too, which is why they're putting on an exhibition called 'For the Love of London' to celebrate our amazing city. The show will feature prints, paintings, illustrations, photography and sculptures from 16 artists, including this charming picture of The Queen and the rest of the royal fam just hanging out in front of a pie and mash shop:
And this lovely picture of the Tate Modern looking pretty sweet:
Take a look at some more of the other London-inspired artwork on show:
Isabelle Aron is Deputy Features Editor at Time Out London. She joined in 2015.
Having started at Time Out London working on the blog, Isabelle developed an in-depth knowledge of weird pop-up venues, niche tube map facts and silly London food hybrids. As Deputy Features Editor, the topic she covers are equally varied – from interviewing the 'Queer Eye' guys (a career highlight) to telling stories of ordinary Londoners doing extraordinary things. Born and bred in London, Isabelle has been in the industry for five years and during her time Time Out, she's won a PPA New Talent 30 Under 30 award and been nominated for Best Team at the BSME awards for her work with Features Editor Kate Lloyd.