On Saturday, I caught the first day of the Endangered13 paint jam at Ackroyd Drive near Mile End tube station and posted the progress of that day in my post HumanNature Endangered13 Street Art Paint Jam, which you should read first because I have not repeated the works that were finished yesterday. I went back in the late afternoon on Sunday to see the progress.
If you have not read yesterday's post to know what this street art event is about, it is sponsored by Human Nature and Louis Masai, a street artist whose work supports endangered species. In fact, quite a few of the artists involved do create work based on environmental aspects. The artists painting and installing work on Ackroyd Drive include Louis Masai, ATM, Andy Council, Jonesy, Vibes, Jim Vision, Xeno, Carrie Reichardt, Faunagraphic, and Fiyas.
The photographs of the progress of the murals from late afternoon on Sunday are included below. I overheard a couple of artists say that they would also be painting on Monday in order to finish up their work.
Today was much busier with tape put up so that people could not get up close to where the painting was taking place. More people were visiting, and stands were set up for community aspects, teas were being sold, and seeds were given out to plant for the bees.
Fiyas, Louis Masai, Jim Vision
Masai, Carrie Reichardt, Faunagraphic
Ackroyd Drive is about a ten minute walk south of Mile End tube station.