Hip, trendy, artistic – just a few of the words that I’d use to describe Brighton. With a dynamic art scene, both within galleries and on the streets of the city there will be things to see no matter what your artistic style – fashion, galleries, sculpture or my favourite, street art!
Through Brighton’s Greeter program I was taken on a tour through the most artistic of Brighton’s streets but one which has stuck in my mind was Kensington Street.
One side of the road is smart office buildings whilst the other is car parking and a rainbow of spray paint.
The Smurfs taking down bad guy, Gargamel
Run D.M.C. as chess pieces
A tribute to Michael Jackson
I loved how they used the features of the wall to make this tiki gamer scene come to life
A tribute to funk master, James Brown
A beautiful piece commissioned by the Brighton & Hove City Council from the 2011 Brighton Festival when they named Aung San Suu Kyi, a Burmese political activist, guest director when the festival explore themes of liberty and freedom.
What’s your favourite thing to do in Brighton?