New Airborne Mark Street Art in Penge

Here we are playing catch up with a work placed up by Street Artist Airborne Mark back in the summer in Penge, adding another fantastic addition to SE20 for our SprayExhibition20 Community Street Art Project. Taking to one of those spots you just don’t expect to see Street Art at, a number of residents in Thornsett Place have generously donated their garage doors for some artwork, in this instance  allowing Airborne Mark the chance to work his case studies in light and shadow through his favoured paper platforms. The work in question features a rabbit based on an original  origami design crafted by Airborne Mark himself, folded on lined paper.

We wish to say thank you to the owner of the spot for donating a space for some new artwork that the whole community can enjoy. As always a big thank you to Airborne Mark for revisiting Penge to add some more superb art to our corner of the city. This work can be found in Thornsett Place and was placed up with support from ourselves London Calling Blog for SprayExhibition20.

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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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The superb finished work.

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You can also view this video by Airborne Mark on the making of this piece “from fold to walls”.

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