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The last Queens Park station mural by Andrew Burns Colwill only lasted a couple of weeks before it was replaced in early June by a vibrant offering from Inkie. Not the best photo but there’s a florist who sets up stall in front of it so I have to take what I can get, and sadly it gets the rising sun (which has been rather bright of late)!
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.
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?