Megabooth Animal Themed Graffiti Taxis London

The other month AeroaArts was asked back to Paint 2 Megabooth animal themed graffiti taxis(a fresh and unique way to capture the experiences of your event)
the brief was to paint the first taxi with a jungle scene including a tiger, monkey and tocun  and the second taxi with a enchanted forest design, making them both stand out from the crowd and be the main attraction at events.

check out the photos of the taxis

Sydenham Adventure Playground

Over the course of 4 days spread over three weeks Aero gave up his free time to paint this enchanted themed mural  at HomePark Aadventure Playground.

The buildings entrance was looking in a bad way with flaking paint and visible repairs on show, with the space in need of colour and life to make the entrance more welcoming for it’s young users.

Preparation work began the start of April removing old paint making brickwork and wood areas sound and ready for a base colour to be applied marked out the design worked on the background trees and shutter and finally painted the mushrooms and animals.

Save Brixton Arches Campaign

Aero was invited down the other Sunday to Save Brixton Arches Campaign by Pins to help bring awareness to the redevelopment plans by Network Rail where a number of local independent businesses are under threat with closure & eviction due to a big hike in rent prices after the redevelopment.

Pins was approached by shop owner Jose Cardoso of A & C Continental deli  who has been under the arches for 25 years, asking how could he highlight the issue with a big impact to reach a wider audience and pins suggested to get graffiti and street artist to paint the shutters supporting the campaign.

Here are some links related to the campaign:
Evening Standard

PLEASE SIGN the petition to halt the evictions of Brixton and Herne Hill’s beloved businesses from the railway arches


Artists that painted: Aero, Mr Cenz, Pins, Sky-high, Roo, Artista, Nathan Bowen, Vanesa Longchamp, Jim-Vision & Mr Shiz. (images from pinspired & London calling blog)

Calabash Culture graffiti shutter

Aeroarts was approached to paint the shutters of The Calabash Culture to bring to life the faceless metal space with a piece of work that local customers titled The Heart of Nature!!

“We at Calabash, endeavour to liberate people of Cultural Heritage and others, through literature and arts corresponding to the history of Africa, and other cultures -Remembering our Affinity with Nature.
Showing the beauty of Africa and its diaspora, in our purest form through art, craft and sculpture.
Educating ourselves and our children through the deliverance of literature affiliated with Cultural Heritage.”

inside you can find Gifts/books, Vegan Cafe, Art Gallery, Boutique and a Holistic Sanctuary offering alternative therapies.

The Calabash Culture can be found at 21 Sydenham Road, London, SE26 5EX.

Aero London Graffiti Mural Artist

HomePark Adventure Playground Mural

The back board’s at Homepark adventure playground mural in Sydenham got painted with a graffiti inspired wildlife theme.

The wall was original built over 10 years ago but due to new building rules for Lewisham adventure playgrounds the site was left empty for 8 years,  the reason being that all new adventure playgrounds had to be built to strict and planning guidelines after along wait HPAP finally got rebuilt but not long after reopening it suffered a major set back when the playground was attacked in the London riots of 2011 with 60% of the wooden structure destroyed by fire, but the staff and young people of Homepark with lottery funding rebuilt the playground for a second time.

below are the photos of the wall painted in the summer of 2014.