Wood Street Walls (Previously on Hookedblog) to paint a mural for their project in the Walthamstow neighbourhood back in September. We managed to catch up with Eelus while he was at work on his newest mural which he has called 'Trip The Light Fantastic' and we spent some time up on the lift capturing the artist at work on the piece pictured. The large scale work by Eelus was painted over three days and features a lone female dancer suspended / tangled up in a series of multi-coloured ropes.
As we were away in Norway shortly after the artist finished the wall we seem to have forgotten to share our images of the finished piece on the the website, so a little later than planned but here are a selection of what we captured while we were there. Should you want to see the latest Wood Street Walls mural with Eelus in person, the work is located on the corner of Forest Road and Spruce Hill Road in Walthamstow, London.
Eelus repainting the original street sign.
With the mural finished we catch Eelus signing the piece.
The finished 'Trip The Light Fantastic' mural shot from above in the lift.
Eelus on Instagram — @eelusart
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