i was invited down to Bellignham Festival to paint there legal graffiti/street art space (bendy wall) with the local young people we all had a great day and completed one side in a few hours.
working with the young people from Aylesbury Youth centre on a project to re-paint the front shutters of there building themed on local buildings and wildlife bellow are some photos of the graffiti art project.
full project post can be found here at positivearts.co.uk
i have just finished being part of an amazing 32 foot mural opposite city hall for the Olympics Festival at Potters Fields, Tower Bridge…
with the PositiveArts team of MrCenz, AeroArts and Solo One, the passing public involved, from all over the globe to help us create this Olympic themed artwork which features a collaboration of styles.
i was recently involved in the restoration of the Brixton windmill mural, Facebook link
artists involved – Mr Cenz (coordinator), Aero, Tizer and Solo one from Positivearts.co.uk (community Mural specialists)
The Windmill mural, Lyham Road was originally painted by Mick Harrison and Caroline Thorp — 1983. the mural had become very faded by the elements over the years and was at risk of being lost . The mural tells the history of Brixton’s Windmill, the only inner city windmill still surviving in London.
the mural restoration is part of a documentary the Clapham film unit is filming about London’s murals called ‘If walls could speak’
timelapse of the Brixton Windmill Mural
images of the Mural