Always interesting is all the street / shop fascia art you can see around Loughborough Junction.
By far the most prolific artist is Morganico, whose work can be seen in a number of places.
Joels & Barneys Cafe, Loughborough Junction by Morganico.
Next, Gandhi also by Morganico, on the Herne Hill Road railway arches wall.
Next to Gandhi was Soapy Moos carwash
Unfortunately, now painted over by Network Rail as part of their refurbishment plans for the arches. We lost both Soapy Moos and Gandhi.
Photo taken, March 2019
On Herne Hill Road for a short time in 2017 was this witch road sign
And can still be seen in a tiny poster form on Herne Hill Road titled Morganico The Leaky Cauldron. Along with a cat … possibly the witches cat.
Morganico was also responsible for the restoration of the meth lab explosion fire damage to the Hokusai wave on Coldharbour Passage in 2014.
Nick Stevens photo: 2016
The following is located on Hinton Road.
Next to the above painting is this work
On the the entrance to the Loughborough Farm we have this, now with added tagging.
On the Flaxman Road wall of Harbour Cycles we can see
And on the outside shelving outside Kashmir Halal Meats, Fruit & Veg.
And this little gem on the road sign at the junction of Herne Hill Road and Wanless Road
All photos by Loughborough Junction blog except the Witch on Herne Hill Road which was taken from the Morganico gallery and the Hokusai taken by Nick Stevens 2016.
September 2018 : Another Morganico on Loughborough Road next to Loughborough Farm.
Morganico can be found at https://twitter.com/mORGANICo_cOM or https://www.instagram.com/morganico_com/