Just an innocent scene or two?

More London street art:




  1. They are certainly different Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Glad you posted more. (That’s a typical public school room in the bottom left, right?)
    Fun stuff

  3. I’ve never seen anything like these Sue!

  4. Someone out there has a strange sense of humour 🙂 🙂

  5. Certainly a different way of looking at the world

  6. I know the Queen is getting on, but, really…. 😉

  7. PS: Archives — suggest the dropdown version, then we can see what’s really important!

  8. Classy art – where did you find these, Sue?

  9. Wouldn’t it be fascinating to talk to the artist about these Sue? ET with a gun? Good grief.

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