The following pictures were taken in September 2016. This was my second visit to the area and I have already blogged about my first visit in March 2016. See ‘People of Fashion Street’. A few of the works from the spring still remained in September but there were also a number of changes.
below: The musculature of a man as he walks amongst the skulls and bones of other men, a pasteup by drsc0
below: A mural of a woman’s head (she lasted all summer) by Mr. Cenz
below: A wall with graffiti as well as a painting by neoh of a ballerina whose multi-faceted face appears to be in motion.
below: Pirate, Jolly Roger bombs falling from the sky and a partial Poison pasteup.
If consumed, plan funeral.
below: Bill Murray keeps an eye on that marshmallow guy while Freddie Mercury sings along with the help of a collage of people and images.
below: Freddie Mercury again, this time with a starry eyed tiger.
below: Another street art collection on Fashion Street. The top pieces are the same as seen in March but there have been changes on the bottom.
below: The top part of the wall above. Still here – Stikki peaches James Dean paste up man, Rebel with a cause. A purple beaver, pistachio shell art, and a drawing by costah complete the picture.
below: Additions to the lower part of the wall. Face the Strange and Endless coca cola cans with visual innuendo. Also, someone is trying to tell us that they are well and they are happy although they look quite blue and empty.
below: Face the Strange lego headed man and a partial City Kitty face
below: Syd’s ‘why so serious?’ Joker was there before as was the image of Liza Minnelli in the red and white top. Unfortunately the paper has been torn from wrdsmith’s typewriter so the words can’t be read anymore.
below: An endless woman, a dog and a man with a green tie.
below: Under the watchful eye of a surveillance camera, a taosuz poster warning you about the harmful effects of icons. Can you name the people?
below: You see things and say why?…. but I dream things and say why not? The sunset mural is by Low Tech Designs, a group of artists who work with youth to teach them graffiti skills and to promote the positive side of graffiti.
below: No Banksy no cry
below: A mural painted in the memory of Muhammad Ali who died June 4, 2016.
below: The many abstract faces of Costprice.
below: Two between the doors.
below: Gava? Oui, gava.
below: A soldier on horseback, and a targeted mother and kids.
below: Black and white drawing of folded paper – a sculptural forms of a rabbit nipping at the tail of a fox. It’s the work of Annatomix.
below: A child in motion.
below: The last two photos were actually taken on Commercial Street but close to where Fashion Street joins it.
below: Gold Dragonfish = endangered, and E D of London. Both closed.