Adore and Endure

One thing that’s certain in Shoreditch, is that whichever way you look, there’ll be something to surprise and intrigue you.

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I return regularly to view its ever-changing graffiti but, interestingly, the piece above, by Steve ESPO Powers, has been true to its word and has indeed endured; it has been there since October 2010.

Look up further and you’ll spy two of the four  recycled Jubilee line train carriages that make up the creative studios of Village Underground, an eco-friendly studio space for creative artists in London.

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Part of Look Up, Look Down Challenge – Week 27

 

14 thoughts on “Adore and Endure

    1. It is well worth spending a day just walking around. There are plenty of coffee shops to rest in.

      On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 11:35 PM, Travel with Intent wrote:

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  1. What a fun post! I like the grafitti, and LOVE the artists’ spaces. I wonder what they look like inside. The grafitti quote is really interesting… something to ponder. It’s cool that the community has pondered it since 2010! 😉

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  2. I submitted my first entry for this fun challenge! As I say in my blog post, all I do anyway is take pictures that look up or down 🙂 I hope I meet the criteria for the challenge, please let me know if for some reason I don’t. Have a good day and thanks for letting us play!
    PS: I came here via Cee’s Photography.

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