These two “people” holding a house of vines, are the work of Sheffield-based graffiti artist Phlegm. It was painted in May 2012 and is locate next to 70-72 Old Street […]
“Colour is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.” Claude Monet I have featured Manchester’s Northern Quarter several times on this blog before. Maybe it’s a bit of an obsession for […]
Carnaby Street in London is always a fun and vibrant place to be. At the moment it is celebrating ten decades of musical history with murals of iconic musical figures […]
Next time you are on the South Bank in London, remember to look up at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. You’ll spot two massive rats painted high up on the exterior […]
This dotty and slightly crazy mural adorns a wall in Marseille’s Le Panier district. Linked to Monday Mural.
At the north end of Rivington Street in east London, is a yard decorated by Sheffield-based graffiti artist Phlegm. The area is often open and hosts food stalls, but occasionally […]
Manchester’s Northern Quarter has plenty of spectacular graffiti, though a lot of it is hidden during the day because it is on raised shop shutters. I was there on August […]
This tiled nature mural in Laguna Beach, California is enhanced by the living nature that surrounds it. Linked to Monday Mural and White Rabbit Blog Hop: Pink. The White Rabbit […]
Shoreditch is a fun, vibrant place. “Fresh in Town” is likely not the way you’d describe yourself after a night at its clubs, bars and comedy venues. But don’t let […]
French rapper, designer and graffiti artist, Grems (also known as Supermicro, and real name Michaël Eveno), has produced a bright, detailed artwork on the South Bank. His intense colours stand […]
Loneliness is about the scariest thing out there. -Joss Whedon Linked to Ese’s Shoot and Quote Challenge: Loneliness.