Wall & Art – 18

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“That night the wind was howling almost like a wolf and there were some real wolves off to the west giving it lessons.”
― George R.R. Martin

Wall & Art – 14

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I existed in a world that never is – the prison of the mind. – Gene Tierney

This one was seen close to the previous one where Gandhi and Winehouse were done. It looks like the artist wanted to create a London Walk of Fame with his own favorite people. But I could see only three that day. Not sure if the artist had space for more.

Wall & Art – 11

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The Owl that calls upon the Night
Speaks the Unbeliever’s fright.
– William Blake

I had some difficulty taking this one, because it was at the top of a building with the sign of a road. But I guess I did manage it well to be able to process it a little bit and here is the result. If you are living near Jamestown road or you are a person who goes around that area (NW1 of London), you know where to look at now 😉 I am not sure how long the Owl will be there though. Or may be they did finish those other owl’s whose skeleton image you can see in this photograph.

Wall & Art – 10

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We all live amid surfaces, and the true art is to skate well on them. ―Ralph Waldo Emerson

This one was at a small section at the end of a wall. I had almost missed it while I was taking photographs of other art pieces. I love how cute and neat it is.

Wall & Art – 9

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“You wanna fly, you got to give up the shit that weighs you down.”
― Toni Morrison

Continuing with the Girl with the blue hair and the bird in a cage art, this flying bird is the last piece. Together they took up the whole wall.I will get the photograph of the street where I found this sometime later. Now, when I saw them together, I thought this, ‘Do not cage your thoughts. They are like the birds. Let them fly’. It may not make much sense, now that I have written it down. But the way they were placed in the wall (given the limited canvas and other obstructions) that was my interpretation. What do you think?