LINK-Boilerhouse Graffiti website and shop

The Boiler house is the first Graffiti and Street Art gallery and exclusive Graffiti shop in Wales.
They support local Artists by providing opportunities to exhibit and sell their work. They have two outdoor Graffiti wall spaces measuring over 100ft long that are available to paint at any time.

They are situated at the rear of Andrew’s rd, Llandaff North. Our site is only a minutes’ walk from Wales’s biggest legal Graffiti wall @ Hailey Park, over 400ft long. For our location and directions click here.

http://boilerhousegraffiti.com/

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2 Responses to “LINK-Boilerhouse Graffiti website and shop”

  1. quote”Wales’s biggest legal Graffiti wall @ Hailey Park”

    Severnoaks park is by far the biggest!

    peace

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