Whirlwind Track Water Cracker and House Stop

Boms had paid a visit trackside with Teas to paint this wonderful collaboration featuring a rather unusual character doing something ….umm …well a little … mmm…inappropriate shall we say?

Saer has been doing his bit too, I haven’t seen him use this style before.

CoLor Art has got a thing about pigeons, if he goes to a building that hasn’t got any, he feels the need to put one there, and he felt the need to put one here.

As English summers go this one was even more rubbish than usual so although this is normally a winter retreat, it has remained quite active with Gzos and Jaer doing these awesome pieces.

Kase has returned to painting after a break and worked on this piece with Mis Red Art, a newcomer to the graffiti scene.

Went out onto a very dodgy roof to get a picture of this rat, I don’t know who did it but I hope they paint somewhere less life threatening next time.

The House Skatepark exterior has had a makeover, a huge production with Phlegm, Boms, Gzos, Jaer and Teas, still haven’t managed a picture of the full wall. Annoyingly every time I go there are vehicles blocking the view.

Boms part of the production was completed first, love it! I will get a picture of the full wall eventually.

 

 

 

 

Driest Place in Town

A ¬†few weeks after a group of guys we’d met at an urbex meet had done the YMCA dance on the roof of this building, we thought we’d have a wander down. At that time we weren’t aware that there was any graff here it was just an explore, but within minutes of getting in we were aware that there was.

Kid Acnes’ art fags were scattered about the place.

We had a really good look around the buildings are huge and some parts are partly demolished, it would have been amazing to see it all intact but it’s way past its best now.

Bob/ Drot character.

A cheeky little Phlegm piece, that we didn’t know was here!

Sela, Saer, Skint and Kest.

This has to be the scariest door I’ve ever seen, when we were in that part of the building I was petrified every time we got to a door just in case it was that one.

We haven’t been back in to this site, but on passing it’s easy to see that it has deteriorated considerably, another part of Sheffields heritage just rotting away.