Street Wise Bride
Interesting scene. Great shot!
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On a very quick dash through Brick Lane and its side streets, the other day, I took a few snaps of this fantastic mural on Hanbury Street. The bunny-like character on the left and second from the right is by Alex Face, the fox is by Mau Mau and the bird is by Bon.
Bon has very cleverly incorporated the piece by Roa on the adjacent wall, making it look as if his bird is holding on to Roa’s bird.
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Original Photo by Norman Parkinson
Looks like she’s enjoying floating in space. Great collage!
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Outside a cafe at Borough Market, London.
A great shot!
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Is this a pun? A play on words? Maybe? I think so….Whatever, I had this mental image in my head whilst at the pub and sleep deprived. I found it hilarious.
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I had been checking old pictures and I found this one. My cheeky monkey was only 5 days old when I took this photo and he is now 15 months old. Time flies really fast when you are enjoying every moment of it.
So true and darling baby!
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Artist Francisco de Pajaro makes art out of street debris. This summer he made monsters out of London refuse and recorded them on his blog.
De Pajaro told James Buxton of Global Street Art : “I only collaborate with work which is broken, with things that might have been part of something. Art is Trash is very ephemeral, it’s to do with putting my style on it. Because my installations are so ephemeral, people can identify the art through my tag. My strongest work is with the rubbish.”
De Pajero currently has an exhibition, “Police & Horse” at the West Bank in Ladbrooke Grove.
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First commission for the Blue door, domestic and sexual violence charity, north Lincolnshire. Design by agent K, assisted by art student Agent L. There will be another new piece in a few days.
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And if you like this art and the concept please go over like the facebook page of Ferric Streets !
Yes, we can see that!
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Art is about to compete with marketing, or indeed take centre stage in our streets, as many commercial posters will be replaced by prints of artworks all around the UK for two refreshing weeks.
From the 21st June (tomorrow), the Art Everywhere project will open its virtual polling station to the broad public. By voting for your favourite 50 British artworks, this is your chance to influence what we see around the country between 10th and 25th August, making a visual difference to our urban landscape. As there will be tens of thousands of such posters, this will turn the UK into “the world’s largest art gallery.”
This is free, so get involved and get voting!
The Beguiling of Merlin, by Edward Burne-Jones
Sounds like a great event and wonderful painting!
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