I spotted this street artist at work late yesterday morning on Water Lane, just north of the canal in Camden. It's an iphone photo - not one of my best. But it reveals something I'd always wondered about - how street artists do these big pieces. He had a bog standard domestic paintbrush attached to a long pole - and was using it to mark out the black lines in this rather striking dinosaur (?) skeleton.
Even more striking, when I walked past early this morning, the whole thing had been painted over. Gone! Rib cage, backbone, skull, the lot. Beware, grave robbers at work.
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