I had forgotten how dead Clerkenwell is on a Sunday but as I strolled down from Angel in the sunshine, I couldn’t help but feel relaxed on the Sunday morning I visited… 480 more words
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Last week over a three day period Street Artist Dan Kitchener was at work on an incredible large-scale piece in his distinct ‘Liquid Lights’ series, which on this occasion came with an added twist, in that this piece was designed to be visible 24-hours a day through the application of Ultra-Violet lighting at sunset to keep the work observable all night. 387 more words
Nine times out of ten when people mention classic women’s books they mean Jane Austen, or one of the Bronte sisters. It’s the same with art, there’s really only a few top of the top artists who ever get a mention in any sort of media, Picasso, Monet, Holbein. 262 more words
A nice little wander around the streets, squares, circles and gardens in Islington and Clerkenwell.
Contrasting architecture, to say the least, in Cruikshank Street.
Percy Circus – named after Robert Percy Smith, one of the governors of the New River Company. 81 more words