Mr Brainwash opened his first ever solo UK exhibition in London on Sunday 5th August.
Whilst walking from Holborn I came across the exhibition unexpectedly, which was drawing mass crowds in from TCR area.
For tourists, the exhibition has a very British feel with pictures of the Queen, the Olympics, Union Jacks, painted model horses, iconic photos of Kate Moss made into pop art and a model London black cab.
My favourite pieces were the works of famous artists which had modern twists, like a portrait of Benjamin Franklin wearing a headphones and Van Gogh wearing ray-bans.
The exhibition is free and every visitor also receives a free poster and unlimited free postcards. But be warned that the queue for the free posters is busier than the entrance to the exhibition. I was unlucky enough to have a fight over a queue jumper take place while queuing for mine.
After all my toil, my beautiful poster of the Queen with a paint canister now sits proudly in my living room.
Mr Brainwash Exhibition, Old Sorting Office, 21-31 New Oxford Street, London WC1, nearest tube: Holborn: Free entry, open until 31 Aug.