In February I stumbled upon a bit of urban wasteland in the shadow of Trellick Tower (click here to view that post). I should make a note to pop back there on a more regular basis as the artists there do have some lovely stuff (the Je Suis Charlie has been replaced by the girl in glasses).
Archive for July, 2015
Posted in Sketchbook, tagged art, cavapoo, dogs, drawing, eurasier, london, paddington recreation ground, pen and ink, puppies, sketch, sketchblog, sketchbook, W10, w9, yorkiepoo, yorkshire terrier on July 19, 2015| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Street Art, tagged ANGUS, art, bakerloo line, dog walking, easter, fauntleroy snooty, graffiti, london, mural, NW6, queens park, queens park station, roche art, street art, W10, walkies on July 17, 2015| 1 Comment »
There were even bunnies on the floor and wall nearby.
In May it underwent another transformation, this time by Angus. I like it, but I’m now curious to see who or what will appear next!
Update: I actually wrote this post back in May and scheduled it for publication in July (no, I’m not super organised, I just have a backlog of street art!) and when I walked up to Queens Park station on 8th July I found that the art had once again changed.
So come on, shall we place bets on what will appear in this spot next?
Posted in Sketchbook, tagged acklam village market, art, beach, drawing, in transit festival, london, national trust, pen and ink, portobello road, sketch, sunday sketchblog, W10 on July 12, 2015| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Street Art, tagged albert einstein, art, dame edna everage, graffiti, harry potter, lancaster road, london, Mahatma Gandhi, mural, portobello road, stevie wonder, street art, Trevor McDonald, W10, w11 on July 3, 2015| Leave a Comment »
I do like this mural outside Eye Level (an optician) on Lancaster Road, W11. If you’re there then also keep an eye out for the grocer’s van!