A large bronze scroll can be found next to a small park in Victoria that commemorates those who fought for women’s suffrage in the UK.
In a few months time, five more bridges will join the four already completed in being specially floodlit as part of a large public art installation.
Three large stone heads can be found looking around corners of a new housing development by Aldwych.
The memory of the poet William Blake can be found, maybe slightly oddly underneath the railway arches in Waterloo
A four-storey work of art has gone up in Covent Garden, with the words of Love, Hope & Joy emblazoned across a building overlooking the Piazza.
Just outside Leytonstone tube station, by the bus stop, is a most appropriate work of public art – a cluster of buses, made from bricks.
A posh street in Westminster has a statue of Queen Anne resting against the side wall of one of the posh houses.