I discovered this by chance and I was very excited by it. I knew I had seen something similar in Manchester. It’s an artist called Sneak http://www.sneak-art.co.uk/ and he had paid Sheffield a visit.
This was the first one to be destroyed/ removed/ disappeared.
I got some strange looks off early morning motorists getting a shot of this I can tell you, as I stood somewhat unsteadily on a wall at the side of a busy dual carriageway.
A friend of mine told me where this one was, I was searching in the usual graffiti spots and this was not in one.
AngryFace http://www.facebook.com/AngryFaceGraffitifref=ts had also paid us a visit. Although he had been previously with pasteups and stickers, this time he came equipped with paint!
I’m very fond of AngryFace, he makes me smile, he’s a wonderful stress reliever.
Who couldn’t love a face like that ?
I think it says a lot about the way the graff/streetart scene in the city is viewed nationally, that artists and writers will travel to Sheffield because they want there work to be seen here.
And finally, even though it’s freezing and the weather is lousy, spring is coming, the clocks go forward at the weekend and Mr Angry Rabbit wishes you all a Happy F*****g Easter!