For this post we are taking a look at a work from visiting Japanese artist Suiko, placed up in St Hugh’s Estate as part of an ongoing project we are working on with the St Hugh’s Community Centre and Clarion. The work in question features a really interesting piece of graffiti by Suiko written in Kanji, a set of Chinese logographic characters used in the Japanese Writing system. Definitely to only time we have seen such language used in letter works and all set to such a lovely peaceful colour scheme. We of course wish to say a massive thank you to the team at the St Hugh’s Community Centre and Clarion for their help in getting ourselves and the artists involved with this lovely initiative. As well as a really big thank you to Fate for coming by to support this initiative and for leaving such a fun artwork in the process, along with a thank you to One Art Collective for the help organising this artwork. Last and by no means least thank you to Kevin and Street Art Atlas for the help with these spots going up. This fantastic work can be found in Bridgewood Close, St Hugh’s Estate and was put up with support from ourselves London Calling Blog for SprayExhibition20.