When I read the news that a graffiti tribute to (the much loved and sorely missed) Sir Terry Pratchett had appeared in the east of London I couldn’t resist going to see it for myself. It was well worth the trip, and it felt somewhat like a pilgrimage. The work is beautiful, and I think a very fitting tribute because as pTerry himself once said
You ignore graffiti at your peril. It’s the heartbeat of a city. It’s the voice of the voiceless.
This amazing mural is on the side of the Pillow Cinema, Code Street (E1) and it’s by Dr. Zadok and Jim Vision. Go and see it before it’s inevitably vandalised by some little scrote. It’s not finished yet, according to the artists, but I’ll post an update and some more photos when it is.