Another fine Saturday wandering
around the Soho and Greenwich checking out the galleries, street art and
While wandering past people
setting up for a street festival, I saw this baby "Drown The Clown".
That's right up there with the "Shoot The Freak" attraction I saw at
Little Chinese Laundromat and
more buildings with fire escapes out the front.
And the same again viewed from
a slightly different angle.
Interesting street art
Same artist ... bring the
Old Puch motorcycle
Marilyn and crayons. Hard
to believe this is a painting and not just some colouring book on a desk.
I really loved these paintings
so took heaps of photos of them.
Note the Malboro pack of
crayons and the cigarette style of the crayons. Very cool.
Oil of a bubble gum machine
Oil of oils.
Amazing facade of a building in
Soho. Reminds me of the Roman buildings in
Map of the New York Subway on
Metal sculptures of workers
having lunch on a girder while building a skyscraper
Photo in an art gallery
Street art for sale.
Here's the artists
Street blur. Sometimes, I
like blurred shots. No idea why.
Photos in a clothes shop
The Savile Row W1 picture caught my eye.
Art by a famous Playboy or
Woman on the tiles
Buddha image or something.
Greenwich (I think)
Prime Ministers residence?
I think not.
One of my favourites ..... On
this site in 1897 nothing happened.
A pristine 2CV a long way from
Hidden houses. Very
green, peaceful and quiet. Probably cost a bomb too.
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