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After enjoying Alice painting the roses red for a few months (click here to view), which I did think was nice and topical given it’s right next to a flower stall, the board changed hands in early July and was replaced by a very cheerful sunflower!  Artwork by Gary Alford.

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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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I’m a bit behind again and haven’t had a chance to give an update on the art next to Queens Park Station. Last I’d reported was back in March, and it actually changed hands just before I’d had a chance to share that piece by Binty Bint.

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However within about ten days it changed hands again and turned into a mural of Alice, painting the roses red.  Quite apt as it’s right next to a flower stall.  It’s been Alice ever since, and I’m a little curious to see who’ll step up and take charge of it next!

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It’s Queens Park station graffiti time again!  To see the previous incarnation click here.  This piece by Binty Bint appeared at the end of January.

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I loved the last Queens Park station piece by Andrew Burns Colwill (click here to view) so was quite sad when it was replaced a couple of weeks ago by this piece by Angus.

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I normally like his work, but although there’s nothing inherently wrong with this piece it just seemed a bit drab.  Well I didn’t have to wait long for it to be replaced.  Within a week it had been covered up with a festive bit of work by Trust Icon.  Still not very colourful, which would have been nice to brighten up the winter days, but it makes me smile nonetheless.

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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)!

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It’s been only two months since the board adjacent to Queens Park station last changed hands (click here to view), and now it’s been bedaubed again.  It’s a beautiful piece by Andrew Burns Colwill.

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