I was very kindly offered a ride down to Kenilworth, well I couldn’t pass up on a trip to the second Brink – Street Fusion event there now could I? A fantastic turnout, again and we even had the weather on our side this time. 🙂 Got there early afternoon and everything was in full swing. Skank did a signature piece on clingfilm. Impressive work from Zooki. Curly, SSOSVA, so secret I never even saw him!The Man himself, bloody vandal! Great to meet SPZero76, love this.It’s all going on.Crom, I’m sure this guy lives in an alternate dimension, stunning stuff. Hush, always good to see a master in action. Color x Pawski x Foundry, Sheffield represents with excellent style as aways! Ghost x Crom x Reko x Hush x SPZero76, completed wall, well almost. Ghost Town Entertainment Crew, hip hop is not generally my bag, but these guys were phenomenal.Wingy x N4T4, who ever knew that Roland Rat could partner such a stunner.Interesting Sci-fi piece from Dynamix.Dopey, like this much. Fascinating to watch this luscious lady by Georgie come to life. Oner produced a corker. The lovely Skema, prolific as always only managed to do 2 pieces this time, must be slowing down 😉 It was a grand day out, all hail to ‘Mr Brink’ – Tim for pulling it all together, again. More please! 🙂
Although it was City of Colours that got me down to Birmingham, I did have a little wander to see some of the other sights of the city, well graff sites that is……How fitting to find Brum in Brum!Found a cheeky Bint around the back of a derelict factory. Wise words indeed.Omeza, a new name to me, really like his style. Large stencil of a child or a small man, you decide. Good little urbex spot well trashed, just how I like it. 🙂Another Omeza stunner, it was a wonderful surprise to find this.Roid MSK, next level.The Infamous Vomet.Lisk Bot, my hero!Super Shady One Amp.Stoe, up and down the M1 on a regular basis I think.Pref,I got chills…Hores? Gent48, wonderful!
Lews and Skank, so clever this, love it!Very special place, some truly amazing work.Everybody loves babies, right?Tame was a 16 year old graffiti writer who died doing what he loved,so sad. Nice to see that this has remained untouched.
So Birmingham, it’s worth a visit, seriously.