Work in Progress

Had to go to Hackney earlier this afternoon and as it was by now lunchtime, I took a long wander back via Brick Lane..

I'd taken a couple of snaps and stopped for a salt beef and mustard beigal (7/10) and coffee (9/10) and decided to head back to the office..

I wasn't going to check this often changing wall in Hanbury Street but a little voice inside my head said I should so a quick detour was made and bingo! Another new piece is going up in front of my eyes...

Couldn't get a decent shot in as there was a flippin giant 4x4 (SUV in American) parked opposite... Will have to go back next week to check the final version...

This is the 7th different bit of graff I've seen on this wall - all the rest are here.... http://365project.org/discuss/general/14322/same-spot-different-view
I like it already in this "bod is bod" state - if that makes any sense to you at all. Ha.
posted November 16th, 2012  
as always Andy C, a great shot of this evolving piece of art.
posted November 16th, 2012  
But this is so good! So much going on here, but it is all contained in a unified frame. People, Street, background and the graffiti itself. If you have something better next week, I can't imagine what it might be. This is already a favorite for me.

Don't you hate those SUV's? "Mommy-mobiles" we often refer to them as here. Mom being Mum in British speak, and the vehicle used to ferry around the kids after school. There is absolutely no need for this intrusive vehicle in modern urban or suburban environments.
posted November 16th, 2012  
@sleepdozer57 remember bod as in the simple animation charactor?!??!
posted November 16th, 2012  
@frankhymus I do because I can't afford one :-).... There's been some good stuff here over the last few years, worth checking the link...
posted November 16th, 2012  
@andycoleborn I shall. Thanks!
posted November 16th, 2012  
Standing upon the roof of said SUV should have provided excellent vantage! Great shot nonetheless!
posted November 17th, 2012  
nice one mate, look forward to seeing this sometime!
posted November 17th, 2012  
goodness... this looks like it's going to be quite wild when it's done... can't wait to see it!
posted November 17th, 2012  
I can't wait to see the finished version!
posted November 17th, 2012  
This is looking very interesting.
posted November 17th, 2012  
Fantastic shot and brilliant that you're documenting every change. Such a shame that each piece of artwork has to be painted over. You should definitely produce a book :o) xx
posted November 17th, 2012  
Terrific work of art
posted November 17th, 2012  
really stellar.
posted November 18th, 2012  
Wow!
posted November 18th, 2012  
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