Yesterday in Brixton the latest installments of Street Art for the Save Brixton Arches campaign were put up during a paint jam in the glorious sunshine with seven artists out painting a further six out of forty or so shutters to be completed. Bringing the current total of shutters painted to ten and its only fair to say that in terms of Street Art, Atlantic Road and Brixton Station Road spanning the Brixton Arches are rapidly becoming an incredible outdoor gallery dedicated to one worthy cause, and down to the fine organization of artist and contributor PINS. We will be reporting back on and sharing the complete set of finished works from yesterdays paint jam over the coming days, as soon as we can head back and snap the remaining few pieces not completed when we had to leave after seven hours of incredible fun yesterday. In the mean time enjoy an in focus view of how Mr Shiz built up his great contribution to the project.
The Sketch that was forming the basis of Mr Shiz’s work.
The finished and stylish piece, with superb focus on the theme of the project. We really love the signs adorning the shutters sealed off in Mr Shiz’s vision of the Brixton Arches sad future.
Well said Mr Shiz.