Stumbling out the dark cave of Liverpool Street Station on to a bright sunny Bishopgate we head east for Commercial Road and immediately run into Minty, a Skeletor hopelessly in love with his closest friend: Frida.
Why are these images intoxicating to look at — is it because there are both beauty and destruction all in one spectacle? The blends found in these expanses of colour are fascinating to stare into, the way they twist and wave into a glowing pattern is like a tractor beam of sorts.
Over eleven years ago we visited Lowestoft beach (the most easterly point of the UK) to draw a labyrinth in the sand. Working next to the sea brings a perfect time for personal reflection and relaxation.
Stumbling out the dark cave of Liverpool Street Station on to a windswept Bishopgate we head toward Hanover to replenish our ‘PLANT BASED FOOD SYSTEM’. Walking against the current of hurrying people, we follow a cloud of friendly neon skull winged butterflies wandering playfully.