A happy hedgehog in Hoxton and new music too

BlogGraffitiTheBigForest1First to the Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood to research puppets for a project (more of that in another post), then a walk over to Brick Lane where we discovered new music  by NZCA/Lines:

From the opening bars it’s clear that there’s a unique and beautiful talent at work. Something about the clarity of the arrangements, the crisp harmonies and insidious melodies that sets it apart from other releases. 

Lo Recordings

Go here (X) to explore. Our top tip is start with Moonlit Car Chase or Okinawa Channels.

Then we turned a corner and saw him, a startled but happy graffiti hedgehog as large as a double story building. Actually he may be a hedgehog in Shoreditch not Hoxton but whoa, why let facts get in the way of some alitteration?BlogGraffitiTheBigForest2

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9 comments

  1. What a wonderful-looking hedgehog! I have recently bought a three-hour walk through the Old Street area to look at street art, I shall take my camera with me and share what I find – might find this guy’s BFF on another wall, too 😀

    • We will look foward to that!

      There is a link in one of the comments on this post to the Street Art London website although they havent posted for about three months

  2. Ah ha!I think I know what that puppet project is all about!!! Hope you had a profitable/inspiring visit.

    (-;

    • You do indeed Clive! This comment needs ‘spoiler alert’ by the side of it as Im going to post more about the project shortly 🙂

      We love the Museum of Childhood – a constant source of inspration for our work.

  3. Great find! Sounds like you had quite an adventure!

  4. You’re right–alliteration trumps accuracy every time–that’s pretty amazing graffiti!

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