And if one giant brassiere should accidentally fall…..

August 27, 2010 at 2:23 pm 1 comment

We wandered down to Whitecross Street market today for lunch and as usual I managed to completely bypass a whole host of amazing artwork on display – I could never be a spy I am SO unobservant. Luckily my colleague Claire is very observant and pointed them out to me. Perhaps she is a mole trying to steal public service innovation secrets to sell to Russia (someone should tell them we’re a social enterprise and share loads of our knowledge with the world for free). I hope she doesn’t end up dead in a bag because she makes AMAZING brownies.

The artworks were really cool. The first thing she noticed was a giant washing line, hanging from which was a mammoth bra, Y fronts and socks. Then we noticed a giant anvil hanging next to some rather deflated balloons and some amazing naked people on shop front walls. There were also some really pretty window displays.

We’ve since done some snooping and discovered they’re part of an urban art exhibition ‘the Whitecross Street Party – the rise of the non-conformists’. Not sure if they’ve noticed this but the area has been pretty much wall to wall non-conformists for some time but we’re loving the art works they’re great. Check out more at their website, they’ve got loads of great pictures on Flickr 

Kathryn Tyler

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