The first time I saw a fox, I was walking back home at night. It had been looking for food on the rubbish bins on a high street. I remember being surprised to find it wasn’t the kind of red-brown foxes that we are used to seeing on TV or on books.
On the picture below, the street artist has used fox and origami to create their art work. Hope you Continue reading
I know I haven’t shared anything for some time. Life and an up-coming website are keeping me quite busy these days. When I saw the big white cat below, I thought I had to show it to you.
It is a piece of street art which I found in North London. I discussed on a previous post that street artists seem to prefer felines over dogs and other animals, similar to what what we see in social media. Nathalie Nahai thinks that they make us feel good about ourselves.
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I feel really gutted when I see great street artwork spoiled or erased in LondonHow s, especially if it isn’t replaced by another great street art item.
The one below has to be one of my favourites. It’s another cat, a wild cat. Take a look! How do you like it?
It’s been a couple of weeks since I last wrote here, for a good reason! Work is currently underway and there’ll be something big very soon. So, watch this space!
A couple of weeks ago, I was horrified to read on the papers about a recent attack during a large demonstration in Brick Lane. Horrified and worried, because what drove that attack is something that is affecting us all one way or another. However, violence is not the best way to make those in power do something about it and it may backfire.
The demonstration was organised by an anarchist group called Class War. They attacked several businesses considered as symbols of the gentrification in that area. For those who may not be familiar with this, it is a growing issue in London. Continue reading