Lester: It's hard to stay mad when there's so much beauty in the world. Sometimes I feel like I'm seeing it all at once, and it's too much, my heart fills up like a balloon that's about to burst.
- American Beauty
The Brockley Street Art Festival, which finished today, has produced so much amazing work, it needs another round-up. These artists have not only changed isolated, underloved spots, they have changed Brockley for generations, enhancing its sense of place and creating a new art trail that wends through Greater Brockley.
Please tell us which works are your favourites.
Mischievous handmade badgers are misbehaving in Brockley. #streetart @brockstreetart pic.twitter.com/DsJlcH6w7C— Deadly Knitshade (@deadlyknitshade) June 2, 2015
Our very own luxecycled wall right opposite the shop. LOVE 😍 @BrockleyCentral @BrockleyMax pic.twitter.com/0VNqMxgL9v— MuckNBrass (@mucknbrass) June 6, 2015
Kids marvelling at this larger than life piece in Arica Road pic.twitter.com/MtMm5FB7yg— Brockley Street Art (@brockstreetart) June 5, 2015
Before hitting the @brockstreetart walls on Monday, @itsartista took on this 17' long wall and done wonders to it. pic.twitter.com/t1cVSzIqJO— Bablu Miah (@bablu121) June 3, 2015
Phew! My wall for @brockstreetart festival is complete despite the wind and rain! pic.twitter.com/xSjWiWcGpu— Mr Cenz (@mrcenzgraffiti) June 3, 2015
Finishing touches by Rhiannon Hunter. No offence taken from placement of a poster by @skyarts pic.twitter.com/9Cnfn2i9UE— Brockley Street Art (@brockstreetart) June 6, 2015