AliCè "Everything Flows" Mural in Camden, London.
It was only last week that we featured the new East London mural on Bacon Street from Italian artist Alice Pasquini(covered here). This mural was one of a number of pieces the artist has painted in the last week while in town, we have seen some images of a barge she has painted in South London close to Tower Bridge for Propa Stuff but have not managed to capture any images of this piece yet, hopefully we will get over there this week. Alice has also taken part in the the first ever Sydenham Street Arts Festival which is part of the Sydenham Arts Festival in collaboration with Global Street Art which saw her paint another large mural on the side of a building.
With one day left in London, AliCè managed to paint this final large scale wall in Camden before she heads back to Italy. We caught up with the The Real Art of Street Art and photographer Jessica Stewart from RomePhotoBlog this evening as AliCè was putting the finishing touches to this new piece on the side of Alexander The Great Greek Restaurant in north London. This beautiful colourful mural which she has called "Everything Flows" was met with approval from all the passing local residents who were stopping to thank Alice for this new addition to their neighbourhood.
AliCè signs her finished mural
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