Posts Tagged ‘Ladbroke Grove’

Keeping it short and sweet with this piece that’s by the Sainsburys roundabout in Ladbroke Grove.

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Cute little space invader mosaic, can be found outside The Dock Kitchen in Ladbroke Grove.

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There’s a cluster of graffiti at the westmost end of Portobello Green market (near Ladbroke Grove station) and for the life of me I don’t know why I’ve never photographed it before.  I’m sure I have, but searching my blog isn’t turning anything up so here we go!

Various bits here.  My favourite is the minion, but there’s nice work by Angus, Jay Kaes, The Secret Society of Super Villain Artists, and some Fauntleroy Snooty too.

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What happens when good street art is obliterated by bad street art 😦   To see what this looked like previously (and it was glorious!), click here.  I doubt you’ll want to visit this now, but it’s Cambridge Gardens, W10.

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This little gem is by iCon and it’s tucked away next to a garage in Malton Road, W10 (which I only found through playing Ingress).  Interestingly I’ve seen photos of this artwork in situ before and iCon’s logo has been present, so it would appear that someone has repainted the wall (covering over the logo) to freshen it up whilst being careful to leave the main images untouched.

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Back in January I was introduced to Ingress by a friend, and it’s proved to be a) very addictive, b) very healthy (I’ve walked a hell of a lot more than usual), and c) extremely good for discovering things that are off the beaten track.  For instance I wouldn’t have seen this piece of street art if I hadn’t taken a detour to hack a portal.  You can find this on Middle Row, W10, just before the junction with Conlan Street.  The art is either side of a doorway, which is why I’ve had to show it in two separate photos.

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Hey look, another special edition!  I stumbled across this at the weekend and thought it deserved to be seen as soon as possible.  Sarm Studios (Basing Street, W11) is closing down, and on the wooden hoardings around the building there’s a farewell installation which I thought ought to be enjoyed by as many people as possible.  Click on each photo to view a larger version, which will also allow you to read the notes.


















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