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Arsenal stars Hector Bellerin and Alex Iwobi meet 'Endless' at London art exhibition as midf

Hector Bellerin and Alex Iwobi visited art exhibition 'Beaut' by 'Endless' this week

  • The Arsenal duo posed for photos with the London-based painter at The Exhibitionist Hotel, South Kensington

  • Iwobi appeared to like an odd painting of the Queen with her tongue poking out

  • Gunners star Bellerin also visited an exhibition by the Heart4More Foundation

Hector Bellerin and Alex Iwobi met with artist 'Endless' at his exhibition, 'Beaut' at The Exhibitinist Hotel, South Kensington

'Beaut' explores how brand advertising has taken society's perception of beauty hostage

'Beaut' explores how brand advertising has taken society's perception of beauty hostage

The two Arsenal players posed for photos with 'Endless' and some of his large wall artworks

Iwobi appeared to be particularly struck by a painting of Queen Elizabeth II poking her tongue out.

The Nigeria international was pictured holding the painting while imitating the pose. Beaut, the exhibition, attempts to explore how aggressive brand advertising has taken society's perception of beauty hostage.

Bellerin also visited the Heart4More Foundation's latest exhibition. He posted an image to his 2.1million Instagram followers, simply captioned: '@heart4morefdn art exhibition'.

Spanish right back Bellerin, 22, also checked out the Art Corridor by Endless at The Exhibitionist Hotel

Iwobi will be hoping to make his first Premier League appearance of the season on Saturday when the Gunners travel to Stoke City.

Bellerin played 90 minutes as Arsenal began their campaign with a 4-3 win over Leicester City last week, but Iwobi was an unused substitute.

However, both players started in the Community Shield earlier this month as Arsenal claimed some early-season silverware by beating Chelsea on penalties.

After their trip to Stoke, Arsenal's tough run of fixtures continues as they visit Liverpool and Chelsea, either side of a home clash with Bournemouth.

Endless, who shot to fame as a graffiti artist, kept his nose and mouth covered in all the photos. Bellerin and Iwobi will be back to business on Saturday evening when Arsenal play Stoke City

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