London's coronavirus street art.
May 28, 2020 7:37 AM   Subscribe

London's coronavirus street art.
As London's coronavirus lockdown started to ease, I took an early-morning walk each day round my local north London neighbourhoods of Hoxton, Shoreditch and Islington, photographing all the best examples of coronavirus street art I could find. I've complied my better photographs into a poster collage, which you can enlarge to study the art's detail if you wish. I'm still adding to the collection too.

I should add that all these little photo safaris were undertaken very early in the morning - typically before 7:00am - when almost no-one else was out and about in these neighbourhoods. It was able to stay far enough away from the handful of other people I did see to ensure I put neither myself nor them at any risk of infection. Please bear precautions like this in mind if you're considering a similar project in your own town. Thank you.
Role: Photographer & publisher
posted by Paul Slade (2 comments total)

Does this Covid Snake on Greyswood Street in Furzedown count?
posted by Dub at 3:31 PM on May 29, 2020

Certainly does - I think he's gorgeous.

I took a few more pics on my walk this morning. "#CUMGATE" is a reference to this appallingly arrogant and irresponsible behaviour by the PM and his chief adviser.
posted by Paul Slade at 2:04 AM on May 30, 2020

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