Tag Archives: Ray Walker

British Murals 1920-1960: Book, Exhibition and Conference Reviewed, by Ben Kaufmann

Murals seem to be enjoying something of a Renaissance in popular consciousness at the moment. From our very own Nuclear Dawn Restoration campaign (petition here) or the attempts to save the Chartist Murals in Newport, to the recovery of a … Continue reading

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East London Line Murals Walk June 2012 by Gillian Da Costa

Getting out of bed early on a Saturday morning is hard, especially after you’ve had a hectic work week. But more and more I find myself loving the fact that the London Mural Preservation Society gives me good reason to … Continue reading

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North East London Walk! 22nd May 2011 by Matt Evans

A bright Sunday in May provided the perfect conditions for our first North London walk of the year as twenty mural aficionados enjoyed a leisurely afternoon stroll in the spring sunshine from Dalston Junction to Highbury. Our first stop was … Continue reading

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If I wanted to paint a mural, what should it be about? Part 1

As I continue my hunt for murals, I see a whole host of different subject matters which have been included in murals. This choice of subject is tightly bound to the early idea of community murals  – ‘community’ being the … Continue reading

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