Jolly Queen

This street art image of the Queen sitting on a wall and playing an accordion did make me giggle…

Shoreditch street art

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Still Sane…

I moved to Bristol today and, knowing that it was going to be a stressful and tiring day, I set up this post to automatically publish. Here’s ‘Still Sane’ by Incwel on Upper Maudlin Street in Bristol. I spotted this piece while flat hunting, and thought it was brilliant. Apparently it appeared in June 2012 during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

'Still Sane' by Incwel, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol

'Still Sane' by Incwel, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol

I’m not going to have a proper broadband connection for a few weeks and will be working off a dongle, so please bear with me! I will be out and about snapping up the streets of Bristol though, and do intend to keep up daily posts as long as my dongle can keep up with me. 😉


The Queen, but not as you know her…

Cartrain

In Shoreditch, courtesy of Cartrain.


One’s toilet…

I don’t know if this is some amazingly sneaky street art, or the staff at Victoria Station’s idea of celebrating the Jubilee, but I was very tickled when I spotted this sign for the public loos…

30p for a go on the Queen's throne...


Weekly Photo Challenge: Close

007 - The Spy Who Loved Me

Weekly Photo Challenge: Close – The Queen and James Bond get up close and personal in this The Spy Who Loved Me street art in Shoreditch.


Mr Brainwash hits London…

A new tourist attraction has popped up on the corner of New Oxford Street and Museum Street in London:

Street art by Mr Brainwash

On one side there is a massive picture of The Queen holding a can of paint and a paintbrush, looking quite pleased with herself, next to a soldier who might well be Prince Philip.

Street art by Mr Brainwash

Street art by Mr Brainwash

Street art by Mr Brainwash

On the other side there is a huge mural of The Beatles wearing bandanas.

Street art by Mr Brainwash

Street art by Mr Brainwash

I’m pretty sure both pieces are by Mr Brainwash, judging by this and this.

Just past The Beatles, there were also these pieces:

Street art by Mr Brainwash

Street art by Mr Brainwash

Street art by Mr Brainwash

I’m not sure if these are Mr Brainwash or another artist, but they’re pretty cool!


After the Jubilations…

The morning after the night before…

After the Jubilations