Posts Tagged ‘urban fox’

A nice selection of street art I collected on a walk through Camden back at the end of March.

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A small one this time, spotted on the post box at the junction of Chevening Road and Peploe Road, NW6.  This is the top end of Peploe Road, and at the other end is an urban fox (Street Art #17).

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Another urban fox, this one is tucked away on the side of Kilburn police station (which, confusingly, is actually in Queens Park).  If you’re looking for it then the fox is in Harvist Road, NW6.  If you’re new to my blog and would like to see more examples of the urban fox then just use the search box and it should return a few of my previous posts for you.

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Another urban fox to add to the collection.  This one is in Hartland Road, NW6.  Previous urban fox art can be found here and here.

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Another urban fox in Peploe Road, NW6.

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The urban fox graffiti is a well known phenomena in north west London (see here for more examples), and this particular one is quite near where I live.

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My dog, Loki, is a shiba inu and people often comment on how fox-like he looks.  Well, I couldn’t resist taking a photo of him with this graffiti.

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