Street Artist Francisco de Pajaro Turns London’s Garbage Piles Into Art Using paint, markers and clear packing tape artist Francisco de Pajaro aka Art is Trash transforms piles of garbage left out in the streets into bizarre looking creatures. In London for the summer, Francisco has already attracted a massive following with his quirky little street installations in and around Brick Lane.

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