• March 1, 2014 / 07:15

      i could watch them for hours, the scale they work at is amazing

  1. February 28, 2014 / 18:00

    Wow that’s amazing – wonder how long he’s been doing it. Love your use of colours and light in the photo too.

  2. February 28, 2014 / 23:52

    That is amazing. I’m curious with street art like this, do they plan before they start, or do they just go with the flow.

      • March 3, 2014 / 22:14

        I guess that makes me feel a bit better, although I still couldn’t do it with a plan πŸ˜€

  3. February 28, 2014 / 23:59

    Very striking – the subject matter is not really my cup of tea but I can see that a lot of work has gone into this design – it would look great around Halloween or Day of the Dead!

    • March 1, 2014 / 07:18

      mine neither but like you said i can appreciate the talent and work that has gone into a piece like this. these guy and gals are truly talented people .

  4. March 1, 2014 / 14:18

    Amazing, and I love that it is in public for everyone to see as part of their daily lives. We don’t appreciate enough of our outside space as artistic space. I want to try and transform some of the space in our garden this year but with something less macabre! I wonder what it looked like once it was completed.

    • March 2, 2014 / 22:49

      i’ll be driving back that way this week so i’ll let you know πŸ™‚

    • March 2, 2014 / 22:50

      amazing detail, it’s the scale i can’t get my head round. so some more fantastic work yesterday in shoreditch too. mind blowing x

  5. March 1, 2014 / 19:56

    I’m always really impressed with people who can do good art with a spray can, I struggle with a paint brush still!

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