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Stuff your eyes with wonder, live as if you'd drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It's more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. 
- Ray Bradbury

We asked for more weird things on local streets and BCers were quick to deliver. Here's a house in Nunhead, courtesy of Oli.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well there's a house I won't be visiting in a hurry. Which 'artist' lives in a house like this?

Weird Hunter said...

Does Sounds Around count?

Embrace the chaos said...

@Anonymous

a) Don't be so boring!

b) Look on the bright-side: the owner obviously cares about the appearance of their home, which is more than plenty of other people can say...

c) I kind of like it...

IMHO Brockley is all the better for the splashes of weirdness and creativity that pop up here and there...

Anonymous said...

Wow. What kind of person would have had a Labour party poster in their window :-)

Tamsin said...

A labour party supporter - durrh?! They do exist.

In case you hadn't noticed we have three Labour MPs in Lewisham and an now a Labour majority on the Council.

Anonymous said...

I think it was a joke, Tamsin. Still, those that rush to defend must be supporters..

Anonymous said...

Lewisham Gateway scrapped?

Funding due to be announced in June has happened, no news stories re the secretive council loan.

Is it only six years ago this project was supposed to start being constructed to be complete in 2012.

Here we are in 2012 and all we have to show is rubble covered with grass, how much has the Council wasted going nowhere very slowly with this scheme?

mg said...

This reminds me of a terrifying ghost story I read as a child and have never managed to find again (Aidan Chambers? Jan Marks possibly?) where some eyes painted on a wall in a house would reappear even when painted over, and cause bad things to happen to the inhabitants. Anyone?

Matt-Z said...

Is this one of the Mary Portas Eye Street schemes?

Anonymous said...

nice one Matt zzzz

Cil said...

A Queen Elizabeth I portrait at Hatfield House depicts her with eyes and ears embroidered on her gown to symbolise that she saw and heard everything going on in her kingdom.

Who LIVES in this house?? ;)

Anonymous said...

It's Hollydale Road, so it's in Southwark.

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