Tag Archives: Dave Bangs

Highbury Grove Mural Destroyed

Every year we know of two or three murals which are demolished. Most of the destruction happens because the mural is sited on a building which is about to be pulled down due to redevelopment. A few are lost due … Continue reading

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Mural of the Month! The Tolpuddle Martyrs Mural

Last days of summer and the left over excitment from the Olympics and Paralympics hangs in the air across London. So while the spirit is good, get out and enjoy the smiles in our great big city. This month, go … Continue reading

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Mural of the Month! The Calthorpe Project Murals

Yes, we’re back with mural of the month! Where shall we go? What shall we see? Lets head up to North London and to a quiet garden in Kings Cross. The Calthorpe Project is an example of reclaimed space for … 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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