art: Ian Davenport brightens up our walk home.

7 Apr

We can often be found taking a casual stroll away from the offices at AP. and dow to Tate Modern on London’s South Bank and one of the highlights on the way is the spectacular work by Ian Davenport in an otherwise grimey and unloved underpass – which got us thinking, just where else might we find his work.  Well look no further because the great striped one (yup, that’s our little nickname for him!) is quite prolific when it comes to painting the world in perfectly uniform bands of vertical colour.

Though what we missed out on from our London experience was the way on much of these works he leaves the stripes to puddle and muddle together at the bottom – now thats special! Enjoy.

AP.

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One Response to “art: Ian Davenport brightens up our walk home.”

  1. Niki Fulton April 15, 2011 at 14:39 #

    Love the photos and as a fellow colour lover I have taken a pic of the same underside bridge in London too. Brilliant!

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