There’s an excellent round-up of Mr. Brainwash‘s show on Ali Muskett’s blog – quite a popular opening with somewhere around 1,000 people in the queue starting four hours in advance. She’s posted loads of great photos. I’m going to let you read her blog for the details and show you a few shots that Where The Art Is captured at the show:
Also, I still have postcards to give away. Stik street art, black and white photography prints. Want some snail mail? Click for details.
Have any of you spotted the BT art boxes yet? Where The Art Is has shared a few shots of them in the Flickr pool. Enjoy.
Any favourites? Have you found any yet? Are you going to search for them?
Coincidentally, Where The Art Is happened to be at Columbia Road Flower Market the same day I took those pictures that I posted on the blog a few days ago. Rather than photos, Where The Art Is captured a great little video that really picks up the vibe of the market and has shared it in the LLO Flickr pool. You’ll notice a lot of the same characters that were in my photos including the lovely fox doing a bit of embroidery in the window.
Did any of you manage to go last weekend? It wasn’t exactly ideal with the cold and the rain creeping back in. I spent my Sunday shopping…!
Hard to believe it’s already March, isn’t it? The time has come once again for blossoms and bumblebees, sunnier days and evenings gradually growing later. Most welcome, don’t you agree? It’s starting to feel like Spring, that fresh scent hanging in the air, squirrels chasing each other through the parks, green green grass where grass exists.
Where The Art Is captured some of the early signs a few days ago and has added them to the Flickr pool so I can share them with you here.
Add your own signs of Spring to the pool. I’d love to see them. They make me happy.