I enjoyed finding this sign on the canal.  In an ever accelerating world perhaps we could do with a few more of them around the city... ...And if you like the skeletons there are more HERE

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Click any thumbnail to enter the gallery of full size images While visiting Park Hill I spotted that thousands of hexagonal nuts have been discarded along the length of the new steel fence.  Not someone who likes to see things simply going to waste I thought I’d re-purpose a few and documented the results. Nuts in May Part One... Continue Reading →

Click any thumbnail to enter the gallery of full size images  While visiting Park Hill I spotted that thousands of hexagonal nuts have been discarded along the length of the new steel fence.  Not someone who likes to see things simply going to waste I thought I'd re-purpose a few and documented the results. The title for... Continue Reading →

My decision to walk along a road which I rarely go down was rewarded when I stumbled upon this wonderful statement... If I had a top ten favourite pieces of graffiti then I'm pretty sure this would be in the top five! Another in my top five I found at Steeley Magnasite works near Hartlepool.  It's worth... Continue Reading →

Click HERE to see work in progress images Click HERE to see one of his sculptures from November 2016. Click HERE to see more images of his original 2016 sculptures over on Postcard Cafe

Click HERE to see more 2017 work in progress images Click HERE to see one of his sculptures from November 2016. Click HERE to see more images of his original 2016 sculptures over on Postcard Cafe

  The latest 'development' at Park Hill would appear to be rather expensive looking steel fortifications which completely surround the empty housing complex.  There is still no sign of any real work happening.  I assume the new steel fence is intended to keep people out.  However, while I was taking the images in the gallery I met... Continue Reading →

  These photographs, taken on 9 May 2017, feature vintage Phlegm artwork painted on Castlegate.  The shutter on a shop called Green Spirit was painted approximately eight years ago.  The shop which sold all things hydroponic closed a few years ago when they moved to larger premises.  Phlegms artwork remains, although it is gradually being... Continue Reading →

      Dan is back on the River Don creating his wonderful sculptures from materials found in the river.  He created his first set of temporary sculptures late in 2016.  Over the winter months the flow and the rising of the river has returned them to the river bed. Click HERE to see one... Continue Reading →

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