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September In The City

Ment, busy man at this moment in time, popping up all over the place.

Nems, going larger.

I know that I know who this is, but I can’t remember, like it anyway.

Eug, second attempt at getting a decent photo of this cracker, the sun played havoc with the first.

Odis x Ogosh, much like.

I dunno…

Gorgeousness from Foundry x Dusto.

So much for the red planet, Mars has gone blue! 😉

Angryface, being spied on by a Peeping Cat..

Bollards! Cheeky chaps by CoLor

Deap, dark and true.

Hyro x Tets, good to see some out of towners pay us a visit.

Dala, look into the eye, the eye, not around the eye 🙂

Lucious lime Sour.

 Amazing wall by Faunagraphic.

Work in progress by Jools Matthews, just  beautiful. 

Rocket01 surreal traffic stopper.

Mila Ks’ lady, looks awesome in Supersize!

Alert HA, good innit?

The last 10 photos of the pieces featured in this blog post were part of an organised event to brighten up the Sheffield Antiques Quarter, the vision was the brainchild of Hendrika Stevens with a little (a lot) help from Kisk (Smashproof), coordinating artists. I wasn’t able to go on the day, but many others did. The event was such a success, they are doing it again in September this year.

Carpe Diem – Seize The Day

Augustish I think most of these were taken, can’t wait till the lighter nights are back.Happy to see Espre on cracking form with this classic production with Spil.

Angryface, he’s still angry.

Siko with a little help from Vangal, Odis and Monki (?)

Delightful doodlings by Dala.

Me and you both mate, me and you both  😉

Marcus Method x Kidstashscr fantastically colourful collaboration.

Fiesta, funky fresh.

Suek x Skint, don’t see nearly enough from these guys lately.

Always good to see, the legend that is Mistone.

Flamingo royalty.

Fivefive with one of my childhood heroes, Morph!

D7606, cherryade?

Doses’ touching tribute to his friend Jack Edwards.

Breaks my heart this..

This month (August) saw the tragic loss of one of my favourite artists Kosy, formerly known as Kosy the Crackhead. A large piece of his could be seen as you rolled into Leeds train station. His stickers were all over the place and he painted in Sheffield a number of times. I only met him once, at a Sharrow Jam, I was a proper fan girl and he was lovely. He gave me some stickers too.

Absolutely gutted at his passing, my thoughts are with his family and friends.

 

Never waste a moment, you never know how many you have got…

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