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A big thanks to all involved at save central hill community (crystal palace) for arranging the mural to be painted it has been a pleasure meeting and talking to you all, having to work around the weather we managed to get the wall completed in 2 very long days painting until dusk.

the feedback and reaction from passers by has been great especially from the children and young people with lots of positive comments.

 

artists: Aero and Dope

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Old Oak Lane Graffiti Paint Jam

Old Oak Lane Graffiti paint jam took place on a Saturday in may 2015, PositiveArts organised a large group of Graffiti artist’s to showcase their talents on the hoardings surrounding Willesden’s latest development.

All the artists where asked to use a sleceted paint pallet of greens and blues (reffering back to how graffiti productions are painted) resulting in cohesian from one style to the next linking all athe artists work together around the site.

Here are my shots from the days action.

to see all the artist’s work from the day visit Londoncallingblog.net

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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

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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:

Networkrail.com/brixton-Arches
Brixtonbuzz.com
pinspired.com
ITV.com
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)

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