Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Risk and Blek Le Rat at just some of the big name artists exhibiting in London's latest large scale street art exhibition.
Boldly (and aptly) named Urban Masters, the show could be considered an counterpoint to London's year of mainstream art show blockbusters that has seen Damien Hirst, Lucian Freud and David Hockney all exhibit within a few months of each other.
Certainly there are few bigger names in urban art than those lining the walls at the Opera Gallery in central London - but you'll have to hurry to see their work in person, Urban Masters end on 18 November.
Here's some of the work on display:
That's The Way (It Should Have Begun But It's Hopeless), by Rone
Moa Workers of the World Unite, by Joe Black
Moa Workers of the World Unite (in detail)
Mona, by Blek Le Rat (Mixed media on wood)
Pink Elephant In The Room, by Risk
Canis, by Roa
Blek Le Rat the Urban Masters opening night
Work by ROA (right)