Snapped 12th April 2015 by Mitch Hicks following the Ravensbourne River
I’m out walking with a friend in the woods on the border of Beds & Bucks when I discover street art in the woods inside a disused quarry building by graffiti artist “The Real Dill” Quite a shock really!
Collage featuring artwork by Real Dill snapped in Woburn Sands by Mitch Hicks
This collage snap was inspired by a chance visit into Gallery 223 in Lower Marsh Street Waterloo, to view” Curious One” by Bryan Olson. Then later I was attracted to artwork by Dragica Carlin, showing “A Myriad of Marks” at the Lollipop Gallery in Shoreditch. http://www.223presents.co.uk/#!artists/ccw1 http://www.lollipopgallery.com/shows/current-show
Snaps taken on the 26th March 2015 by Mitch Hicks
I went back a few days later to see what was left from Femme Fierce in the Leake Street tunnel. As expected some defacing had occurred spoiling the artwork from the ladies. The life of street art is very short indeed. I have made some edits myself hoping to add another life in the images painted!! I call it much reloaded