New Aspire Street Art at Clock House

For our next post we are taking a look at an incredible work placed up by Street Artist Aspire for our SprayExhibition20 Community Street Art Project around Penge and Anerley – and in this case just over the border at Clock House, between Penge and Beckenham. It is always a pleasure to see fresh work from this artist, let alone get to see it on our daily travels, Aspire’s striking soft realistic animals are always accompanied by such beautiful scenes or over the last year or so increasingly items of humans consumption, some natural, some manufactured. The striking work features a depiction of a Wood Duck set flying out a pool of whiskey, causing an ice cube to fly from the surface, whilst flying towards Penge.

We of course wish to say a massive thank you to the local resident who made this happen and got us involved. As well as a thank you to Network Rail who kindly donated a spot and trusted us to work it. As well as offering a really big thank you to Abraham.O for visiting the area to once again support this initiative and for leaving such an absolutely beautiful series of artworks in the process. The work below is located at Beckenham Road Tram Stop just along from Clock House and just outside of Penge and was put up with support from ourselves London Calling Blog. Big Thanks to Kevin and Street Art Atlas for all the help.

Aspire at work.

Aspire at work.

Aspire at work.

The superb finished piece,

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