New Airborne Mark Street Art In Penge

A few weeks back saw us take to our new run of walls in Penge located in the pub garden of the Pawleyne Arms with Street Artist Airborne Mark among the artists who have transformed this space for our SprayExhibition20 Community Street Art Project, allowing Airborne Mark the chance to work his case studies in light and shadow through his favoured paper platforms. On this occasion the work features an original hand-folded Airborne Mark reference design of an Origami chameleon comprised from a trio of £20 notes.

We would like to say thanks to the Pawleyne Arms for allowing us to get Airborne Mark to add something so beautiful to their property. We also would like to offer a big thanks to Airborne Mark for again coming down to add another striking addition to the area.


Airborne Mark at work on his initial sketch.


Airborne Mark at work.


Airborne Mark at work, sheltering from the searing heat.


Airborne Mark at work.


Airborne Mark at work.


Airborne Mark at work with his hand-folded origami design.


Airborne Mark at work adding some of the finishing touches to his work.P1010206

The fantastic finished piece.




You can view this video by Airborne Mark on the making of his Origami Chameleon below.

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