Izal, king of his own Castle! Eug – Neatness aint my weakness, but f**k me it gets boring! First world problems 😉 No idea who did this but it’s really rather good. Marcus Method x STOG wall for Fifty Shades of Spray, probably looked better without the varnish or whatever it is thown on it, but the quality shines through. Dmak x Cynik Trik x STOG x Hyro x Kisk x Marcus Method, glorious! Dyson, he’s a Full Metal Brother. Rocket01, brilliant part of a wall that will be amazing when it’s all finished. Tofu, probably New banging piece from Form.Skam, new to me, much like 🙂 Bob x Skint x Suek, painting them awkward to photograph places, again!Beautiful Peacock by Moenipulation, part of what is going to be, hopefully, a massive art project in the Sheffield Antiques Quarter. Grips, this is just awesome!Fishy Gums..?Stunner from Mars and Kode.Deap x Dese x Ensa x Narke loving the colours!
Visited a few places I haven’t been in a while recently, some had changed more than others,but all change is good(hopefully), noticing a few new spots appearing too, fingers crossed they keep appearing as fast as the old ones are being demolished!
For the second year running the wonderful people at the Nursery Tavern on Ecclesall Road held the Art in the Garden jam organised by My Life Project. A great turn out once again, with a few new faces, along with the local artists.Trik9 took a break from sorting his exhibition to join the fun.Great to see Bine in action too.Good to see my old friend on it, no longer resident in Sheffield but always turns up to a jam. Black, I think, lovely chap!Meth, awesomeness inspired by the Arctic Monkeys’ lyrics, and an amazing Ice Cube portrait by Pawski.CoLor made a colourful splash as always. 🙂 Hadn’t seen Espre in ages, really good to see him, bangin’ piece too. Trik9 finished piece.Britney came and did her thang, what a star!A feast for the eyes.Hyro, finished piece, seen some of his work in Leeds I think, I’ve got a thing about pigeons, many people hate ’em, but not me.The only piece not finished on the day was by Kisk, but seeing as he was the one who organised the whole event and one very busy chap with his work at My Life Project at the best of times, I can let him off, this time…..
Art in the Garden will be on again next year, try and make it if you can, it’s a really nice chilled day out. But in the meantime check out MLP they are involved in some fantastic community projects and workshops.