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NEW DISCWORLD GRAFFITI tributes to TERRY PRATCHET 2015: Brick Lane

April 10, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Jim Vision and Dr Zadok’s painted memorials to the fantasy author, who sadly passed away last month have now appeared in Bristol and London, featuring some of his most beloved characters. One of the artworks is located on Code Street in London's East End, near to where Brick Lane meets Sclater Street, and features both the author and characters from his Discworld series of novels. Making sure Pratchett’s legacy lives on, the colourful street art features the author’s face surrounded by the wacky characters from his Discworld series.

Our most recent archival work now includes these  new DISCWORLD GRAFFITI tributes to TERRY PRATCHET 2015 in at the end of Code Street with a Massive panoramic shot of the whole art piece.

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Pillow Cinema : Former Shoreditch Underground STation
‎7 Code Street London E1 5ER

Brick Lane and Sclater Street are just two of the key places to see good street art in the city of London .

Any visitor to the city wanting to find a high quality selection of street art need look no further than Spitalfields in and around the Brick Lane area. Street Crews and Artists from all over the world and the UK come here to paint, safe in the knowledge that they will get an appreciative audience and a wide appeal.



Over the last 10 years or so, RWCS have always been watching the graffiti in the street as it changes & morphs over time. This year we are looking in more detail at the good street work from artists around across a number of city locations.See these links for London, Brighton, Bristol, Paris. Some of the crews and artists have been around the scene for many years with talented newbies also showing their hands. We look in particular for striking work and apply an image abstraction and portrayal process which is designed to really emphasise the quality of the painting & artwork which is often ignored by the majority. Please see here a RWCS finished example http:/​/​www.​rwcs-​photographics.​com/​brighton-​street-​art/​


 


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