Strawberry Hill House campaigning to bring Horace home
Strawberry Hill House in Twickenham, created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century, is in a race to raise enough money to purchase a rare and highly significant portrait of Horace Walpole as a child, painted by William Hogarth.
Southwark’s dog on a pole with a bowl — and Charles Dickens
Opposite Southwark tube station is a tall pole, and on top of the pole is a dog and a bowl, and they are there in memory of Charles Dickens.
Soho’s Harry Potter emporium – the House of MinaLima
The two artists that were heavily responsible for the graphic style of the Harry Potter movies have a shop in Soho, and it's a Harry Potter world come alive.
Find the Fleet Street sundial
If you look up on the side of a building on Fleet Street you'll see what looks like a mural of old newspapers - but it's actually a sundial.
In Marylebone, a large stone plaque celebrates Charles Dickens
Normally, buildings occupied by someone famous get a small blue plaque, but when you're Charles Dickens, you get a huge stone mural instead.
A cluster of tiny artworks near Covent Gardens
Near Covent Garden, a newish development of shops on Mercers Walk has recently added a cluster of tiny artworks that provide a bit of a treasure hunt to seek out.
The maternity sculpture by Denmark Hill station
Outside what looks like a row of houses, but aren't, is a large metal sculpture, representing maternity, by the Greek sculptor, Fanis Rachoutis.
Paddington has trapped a man inside a clock
Just outside Paddington Station is a new clock, and trapped inside is a man who has to perpetually keep cleaning the face and drawing new hands on the glass.
New artwork appears at Brixton tube station
A new work of art has appeared in the entrance to Brixton tube station, called 5 more minutes and is by London based artist Joy Labinjo.
Piccadilly Circus lights to show a Trompe-l’oeil through November
Each evening in November, the huge advertising boards at Piccadilly Circus are being replaced with a video art commission.
There’s a statue of a dead parrot in Greenwich
Thousands of people walk past it, but hardly any will ever notice that they just walked past the statue of a dead parrot.
A London tube station roof is filled with brightly coloured art
If you go onto the roof of Temple tube station at the moment, the formerly grey terrace is a riot of colours, as the entire half-acre space has been filled in with patterned flooring tiles.,
Maida Vale’s double-decker telephone box
Just outside a former Telephone Exchange on Hall Road in Maida Vale is something very strange - a telephone box that's twice the normal height.
Augmented reality beasties hanging around London Wall
If you wander around London Wall at the moment and peer through your smartphone's scrying eye, you might see hidden beasts coming out to play.
Take a trip along the “Illuminated River” Thames
What is said to be the longest art installation in the world can be found in London, and is the lighting up of the bridges across the Thames.
A light display to celebrate the opening of the Northern line extension
Later this month there will be a light installation will project route of the Nothern line extension into the sky and illuminate the stations and buildings along the way with visual projections.
Glowing monsters appearing in Croydon this weekend
Large street art monsters have appeared across Croydon town centre as part of an evening walking trail taking in eight locations.
Steel artwork on the corner of Marylebone Lane & Wigmore Street
At the junction of Wigmore Street and Marylebone Lane is a striking piece of modern art hanging within the frame of a new office block.
Heraldry photography competition
The annual photography competition by the Heraldry Society is open for entries seeking photos of anything to do with coats of arms, crests and shields -- of which London is replete.
There’s a pride of painted lions in the West End
If you head into the west end at the moment, there's a load of painted lions on the streets mostly around Piccadilly and St James.
London’s Public Art: Unfurl by Eilís O’Connell
On a side street in Kensington can be found a large bronze petal slowly unfurling.
London’s Public Art: Two Pupils
On a side street in Chelsea is a sculpture of two children playing, and they were made by a man who also designed a number of costumes for Doctor Who.
Railway art exhibition at Waterloo station until Monday
Network Rail has launched an exhibition showcasing work from art students that celebrates the return of rail travel.
Follow a public art sculpture trail in the City of London
Dotted around the eastern half of the City of London can be found a lot of public art, as part of the City's annual Sculpture in the City project.