Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Greenwich Peninsula Street Art

On the Thames riverfront on Greenwich peninsula, shortly before you get to the Dome if you are coming along the footpath from Greenwich, is Victoria Deep Water Terminal. One of the surviving industrial sites in the area, it is run by Hanson Heidelberg Cement, who make aggregates and other building materials.

The concrete surfaces on the path nearby have been redecorated, the most elaborate being this 2013 Nando Mambo piece (Nando Mambo is a Spanish graffiti artist I think)

The rest mainly consists of fairly colourful tagging overlooking the Thames and Canary Wharf.

1 comment:

Oliver said...

This is a great walk, I go up there a lot. Especially fun when they're unloading stuff from the ships.