Clowning Around with Insect & Sweet Toof
Hookedblog headed further East into the London Borough of Tower Hamlets over the weekend in search of some of the new collaborative works from Paul Insect and Sweet Toof that recently featured in a short time-lapse video posted below. We were unscuccessful in finding these new vibrant clown characters but Hookedblog did manage to find a slightly older clown mural in an abounded yard of a derelict office block.
Having found an entry point into the yard we were able to capture some images of this collaborative clown character honking his horn at the passing tube trains whizzing past in the distance.
Further investigation of the site led us to find what looks like an older piece at the back of the office block, a super sized wall featuring the work of Mighty Mo and Sweet Toof as well as some Sweet Toof roller tags. We ventured inside the building scaling the first two floors before we ran outta time and had to leave the site. A fun afternoon and great to find this mural but no sign of the other two pieces featured in the video...our search continues!
The clown characters we didn't manage to find, check them in this stop motion clip below:
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