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Graffiti artists transform building site into enchanted forest

Hannah Crouch

Hannah Crouch

The hoardings surrounding The Porter Building in Slough were transformed into an enchanted forest on Saturday.

Developers Landid Property and Brockton Capital teamed up with Global Street Art to create a mural at the site in Brunel Way.

Eight graffiti artists worked on the project which provided a colourful welcome for those travelling to the town by bus or train.

Work on the office building is expected to be completed by 2017.

Watch how the artists transformed the hoardings in the video below. 

The Porter Building Hoarding Graffiti from Landid on Vimeo.

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