Exploring Shoreditch, London: Thierry Noir

Thierry Noir‘s work is so bright and distinctive you can spot it a mile off, which is exactly what happened last weekend when we were having a proper good explore around Shoreditch in London. 

We first stumbled across these colourful pieces up on the walls…   

  So simple, yet so brilliant, which has to be part of their appeal to me as my work tends to be much more detailed. 

We continued our wanders and rounded the corner onto Shoreditch High Street to be confronted with a whole gallery of Noir’s colourful characters both 2d and 3d. I don’t think there would be anyone who wouldn’t let out just a tiny squeak of happy encountering this (even if it was an inside squeak and not one out loud). 

Here is just a tiny snapshot of what we found in the Howard Griffin Gallery…   

… And it has made me hanker after doing a big installation like this one day even more! 

If you ever read this Thierry… nice one! This exhibition was mind blowing. Thank you for sharing your world with us! 

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Mama Muse Me says:

    Enjoyed seeing this.

    1. I’m very glad. It’s brilliant isn’t it!

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