New Airborne Mark Origami Rose Street Art In Penge

A couple of weekends back saw Street Artist Airborne Mark return to Penge in order to place up a fantastic little addition to SE20 for our SprayExhibition20 Community Mural Project,  allowing Airborne Mark the chance to work his case studies in light and shadow through his favoured paper platforms. On this occasion Airborne Mark took to a metal window panel in Southey Street to paint a striking origami rose which was folded on yellow paper, so that when the red & blue lights that have been directed upon the design by Airborne Mark leading to the visible orange & green dynamic in this particular work. We would like to say thanks to the kind owners of Southey Brewing Co 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 coming again down to add this delightful work to the area.

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A blank canvas awaiting transformation at the hands of Airborne Mark.

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Airborne Mark at work.

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Airborne Mark at work.

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Airborne Mark at work.

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Airborne Mark at work.

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Airborne Mark at work.

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Work done and time for the now ceremonial burning of the origami reference design.

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The striking finished work. 

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You can view this video by Airborne Mark on the folding, painting and sacrifice of his Origami Rose below:

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