London's largest mural took two weeks to complete and over 150 litres of emulsion and 160 litres of spray paint were used. It encompasses two sides of the five story Georgian building in which both Karpo and the Megaro Hotel are situated. Designed and painted by four members of street art collective, Agents of Change: Remi/Rough from London, Edinburgh-based Steve More, LX.One from Paris, and LA-based Augustine Kofie.
Vutetakis: “There’s the Drought Juice people. They have a fantastic product. Hain Celestial Group just bought a similar company in New York for millions of dollars. ... They’re starting to put them in Whole Foods across the country, and you see other companies starting to do this (because) this is the new sort of vitamin. You’re getting your nutrients in a liquid form.”