Don’t Panic > Magazine > Pablo Delgado’s Paste-Up Prostitutes | 20 stone miniature call girls invade East End

If you thought the times of Jack the Ripper terrorising the streets of Whitechapel were long-gone then think again – Mexican street artist Pablo Delgado’s Victoriana paste-ups have been popping up all over the East London area featuring a host of Victorian ‘icons’ including Joseph ‘Elephant Man’ Merrick, middle-class movers and shakers and London’s contemporary under-class . We caught up with Delgado to talk about his paste-up prostitutes and his experiences as a London artist…

You’ve exploded onto the London street art scene in recent months- how long have you been working in the city for?

I’ll have been living in London for two years come October, mostly working from home but over the last months I’ve spent time putting paste-ups around East London.

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