Sometimes taking a short cut can lead you to things you wouldn’t normally have seen. I was cutting through the Wornington Estate, W10, and was delighted to find a colourful mural on The Hut, which is something to do with the Golborne Youth Team.
Archive for November, 2015
Posted in General craftiness, Sketchbook, tagged art, bazooka gum, bazooka joe, drawing, drooble's, drooble's best blowing gum, harry potter, hogwarts, honeydukes, honeydukes chocolate, humour, pumpkin juice, san pellegrino, willy wonka, wonka bar, work in progress on November 25, 2015| Leave a Comment »
I made a start on this project, which is a set of designs for notecards, a few weeks ago and then got side tracked, mostly because I decided that rewatching all of the Harry Potter films would be helpful. It was, but then again it wasn’t! Still very much a work in progress (these are just my rough workings) but I hope to get these finished so they’re ready to be printed at the start of the new year.
Posted in Street Art, tagged graffiti, grenfell road, ingress, latimer road, mural, sonic the hedgehog, spiderman, street art, superheroes, superman, the flash, the incredibles, yoda on November 20, 2015| Leave a Comment »
This is another great mural that I only found thanks to Ingress. It’s a little difficult to find as it’s round the side of a housing estate, but if you head for Grenfell Road, W11 (just a few minutes walk from Latimer Road) it’s currently tucked away next to a building site. This also made it a bit tricky to photograph, but here’s what I managed to get.
My A-level art teacher always said I have the attention span of a butterfly, and really she was quite right. I got distracted from the other project I was trying to finish, so this is what’s been occupying me this week. Still not quite finished, but almost!
If you’re a regular reader of my blog you’ll know that there’s a spot just by Queens Park station that’s been changing hands between street artists for a while now. If you want to see previous work that’s been featured on that wall then click here. In August this gorgeous piece by @himbad_ turned up. A lovely splash of colour, I wonder how long it will be until it’s replaced by something else.