Working with Safer Neighbourhoods, Hackney Homes have arranged a series of Anti-Social Behaviour Roadshows for this year.Please see the dated below for one near or at your estate.These will be worth going to if you have any issued you'd like to address on your estate, so don't miss them.David White, Sec. Beecholme TRA and Sec Clapton Wide Panel of […]
Here are just some of the selection of new art and design for 2013 I thought you may like.As a graphic artist myself, I think they're great.At the bottom are links to previous posts of my favourite artwork.Jeffrey Bowmanhttp://jeffrey-bowman.co.uk/One of the projects Jeffrey Bowman has undertaken for the School of Lifehttp://www.digitalartsonline.co.uk/ […]
The long awaited two new "sculpted" benches were completed and installed recently.They co-ordinate with the first (installed in 2011) both in form and relative position on the square:...and on a map of just the green:Sculptor Tim Norris did all three and one of the reason the new ones took so long was that Tim was booked up with other work. We had […]
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