Archive for June, 2015
Spotted this in Latimer Road, W10 ( just near the junction with Oxford Gardens). Wouldn’t have found this one if I hadn’t gone out of my way to play Ingress (this street art happens to be a portal).
Work in progress…
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Some more street art from the Brick Lane area of London. I’m afraid I wasn’t as careful with my note taking this time so the photos are labelled with a location where possible, but otherwise your guess is as good as mine!
Spotted this in Wakeman Road, NW10, and it made me laugh out loud.
No sketches to share this week, so here’s a view of my studio instead. Just imagine yourself surrounded by the scent of roses and honeysuckle.
This beautiful mural is hidden away in Codrington Mews, W11 – I only happened to catch a glimpse of it by sheer happenstance as I walked along Blenheim Crescent. The monochrome mural is beautiful (and well worth a closer look at – click on the image to view a larger version), but round the corner on the other side of the building is a second mural. This one is slightly more random, but still interesting.