Last Monday saw Street Artist Dan Kitchener hit the hoardings that comprise the ‘Legal Walls’ in Queen’s Park and hit up this fantastic massive ‘Liquid Lights’ creation, painted for the Pearl Izumi Tour Series, a series of team-based cycling events in ten locations around the UK, including Croydon last Tuesday. This is certainly the lengthiest work from Dan Kitchener that we here at London Calling Blog have seen, stretching a 136ft wide and created in a mere six and half hours, with the use of entirely Fat Caps in order to bring this huge length of hoardings to life. The piece just has so much flow and energy bursting from the central cityscape scene, just absorbing. This work can be found in Fell Road..
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