Posts Tagged ‘mural’

Some street art I spotted myself, which makes a bit of a change!  This selection was all found en route from my house in west London to Brick Lane (where I was heading for beigels).

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Street art #179

Another piece from abroad, and this time it’s Namur in Belgium (photos by my friend Paula, thank you!).  The first one is my favourite, although the trees have a lovely simplicity about them.

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A street art special edition that doesn’t have any street art in it.  You’re probably a bit confused!

I received a card in the post from Claire, and it really touched me.  The card read

Thank you for making me look at the world that little bit more closely when I walk around.

Isn’t that lovely?  It really does give me a warm glow to think that at least one other person is now going through the world and noticing things that they might previously have overlooked.  The world is beautiful, sometimes in unexpected ways, and we rush around os much that things get missed.  Slow down, take your time, and look around you.

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One from sunnier climes today!  This colourful piece was spotted by my friend Patricia (my favourite Scrabble opponent), and it was in Plaza Del Trigo de Duero, Spain.  Thank you Patricia!

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It’s been a while since I last did a special edition, and this one is going out because I’ve got regular street art posts scheduled right through to November and I think this one should be seen sooner!  A new Nomadic Garden sprang up in Claremont Road, Queens Park (London, W10) earlier this year and if you’re nearby you should pop in and check it out.  I had a quick peek in July and the garden was already starting to take shape.  I love these projects that make good use of areas that are waiting for redevelopment, it’s wonderful to see something beautiful and/or practical going on instead of just a fenced off bare site.  Visit their Facebook page to learn more.










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Street Art #177

Some street art from Manchester this week, courtesy of my friend Eleanor (thank you!). I absolutely love the last one.

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Some more Tooting street art from Mark.  That sentence reads quite oddly if you’re a Brit (do any other countries use ‘toot’ as a euphemism for breaking wind?) but I’m leaving it there anyway!

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