Residents of London's Leyton neighbourhood have crowdfunded the overhaul of an entire block on their local high street, recruiting designer Camille Walala to decorate it with a large-scale mural in her colourful, signature style.
Called Walala Parade, the piece stretches across the facade of eight different buildings, reportedly making it one of London's largest public artworks.
The final design was voted on by the local community and paid for using £40,000 raised as part of an appeal by east London street art collective Wood Street Walls.