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Promotional sculpture of the Rolling Stones' lips and tongue, decorated with the Union Jack flag.
An street installation promoting the Rolling Stones exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.

London colour safari!

Would you like to explore London’s most colourful locations for yourself?

Use the references provided on this map in conjunction with Google Street View to look around our recommended locations.

Street View can be accessed by smartphone or on your laptop or desktop computer.

Launch Google Maps - www.google.co.uk/maps/ - and type in the address or postcode of each location. A pin will appear to show the location. In the bottom right corner of the screen, click Pegman. Then, drag Pegman to the pin. Unclick to drop Pegman on a blue line, blue dot, or orange dot on the map as near to the pin as possible.

You can click and drag the screen to get a 360 degree view. You can move Pegman backwards and forwards to look around the area generally.

When you’re done, go to the top left and click Back.

If you have a virtual reality headset or viewer, such as Google Cardboard, and a smartphone you can download the Street View app for a fully-immersive VR experience.

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The Power of Colour

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