One of the many things I love about a trip to London are the multitude of visual treats you happen upon whilst travelling between trendy clothes shops, modern art museums and Ottolenghi restaurants. You know the kind of thing, you’ll be just strolling through Stoke Newington enjoying a cheesy brek and you bump into a Banksy or you’ll be coming out of Present with some expensive threads and spy a huge optical illusion-esque rat drawn onto some garage doors by Roa. If you have a shocking memory or just feel like a bit of a dick snapping these masterpieces on your phone and like compact books on urban art then talented photographer Frank Steam156 Malt’s Street Art London is the book for you. It’s a permanent reminder of some of our colourful capital’s finest work that will hopefully inspire the rest of the country to get busy with the brushes/spray-cans and bring a bit of art out of the galleries and onto the streets. Buy it HERE.