Thursday 18 July 2013 – Sydenham, London.
When I was looking at the new street art over in Shoreditch on Monday I ran into fellow street art aficionado Darryl taking pictures of Alexis Diaz working on a new piece. Neither of us had been down to Sydenham to see the results of a recent festival so decided to head down and check it out.
It was another bright and hot day, nice for being outside but not so great for mid-day photography !
We got to see the bulk of the street art work, but missed out on all the pieces painted on shop shutters – rudely the shops were all open for business, during the day. So inconsiderate! This shop also had stacked their wares over a couple of pieces as well.
What we did see was pretty cool and it was nice that it was all reasonably well contained in the high street.
The Alo door and JoyceTreasure piece were the only viewable bits from the second hand furniture store.
Luckily all the big works were very visible and we were very lucky that on a third walk past the entire Millo and Hunto joint piece was visible. The first two visits had a car parked under the no parking sign!
Louis Masai mural – “Save the lemurs”.
I love this large piece by Alice Pasquini.
This fabulous and large mural by Bailon was very hard to photograph in its entirety as it was up an alleyway. I took a few images with a plan to stitch them together, it sort of worked. I do need to practise on my pano stitching, I just don’t have the time right now. Enough to give you an idea though.
It was a good couple of hours out and about, thanks Darryl!