Well it has been some four months since the Village Underground, one of the hottest painting spots in London received a fresh makeover on that occasion by Mister Thoms (covered here) and just last week reworked by the exceptionally talented Dale Grimshaw. The mammoth work – the largest work we here at London Calling Blog have yet to see from the artist features a pair of Papua New Guinea tribesmen as its subject enveloped in a shroud of red smoke. The work as always featuring Dale Grimshaw’s signature subject style maintaining a preference for strongly tribal subjects, all fused with that air-brushed effect that makes for such exquisite images enthused with a sense of passion and depth that is just fundamentally Dale Grimshaw. The gaze of his subjects is just so engrossing and so full of life, really always an absolute pleasure to witness. Dale Grimshaw was assisted in this piece by Mark Hat and the wall was put up with support from Monoprixx.