Tag Archive: environmental art

Street artists combine to paint murals of endangered animals in Tower Hamlets

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The hugely anticipated ‘Endangered ‘event saw some of the countries best environmental artists descend upon the railway arches of Mile End and leave the residents of this part of the Tower Hamlets with some… Continue reading

Environmental artists prepare to draw attention to endangered species by painting railway arches in Tower Hamlets

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Environmental artists are preparing to create a series of murals in Tower Hamlets as part of an awareness raising project to highlight the plight of endangered animals around the world. Organised as a… Continue reading

Kate Knight paints fragile things in a show which draws attention to threatened species

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We’ve all spent a few Sundays tucked up under a duvet watching David Attenborough documentaries, after all he is the nation’s favourite Granddad, however we don’t all channel our fascination with animals into ground… Continue reading

Human Nature comes to Soho and combines environmental art with ethical design

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The Human Nature road-show rolled back into London town and combined with ‘The Art of Progress’ to take over the unique exhibition space at 19 Greek Street, a Victorian townhouse whose many floors… Continue reading

Jonesy Street Art in London, the Artist Who is Our Little Secret

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One of the most elusive and mysterious street artists around in London at the moment is surely the artist known only as Jonesy. A darling of street art tour guides who love the… Continue reading