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Pussy Cat of Camden by Airborne Mark 2018-03-23

Pussy Cat of Camden by Airborne Mark

Here is the latest addition to London streets by Airborne Mark which is based on an old English nursery rhyme that he adapted accordingly for obvious reasons: “Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, where have you been? I’ve been to Camden chasing my dream… Pussy Cat, Pussy Catt, what did you do there? I frightened cranes folded out of paper squares…”

According to the artist, he explains: First, as always, I began my meticulous work from designing the cat in paper, including the box. This is an original origami design by me.  I folded the reference in mind of the situational pice it will eventually become. Tucked away in a corner between a garage and a garden wall just off Camden High Street, one of the most busiest tourist places in UK.  The Pussy Cat jumps out of a shredded cardboard box chasing a flock of my trademark origami cranes, scaring them away, making them fly away in panic! I had a great time painting it with support of The Real Art of The Street Art who organised the permission to paint. I was stopped by a thunderstorm and migraine but the mural came together in the end.

As always, all captured in a video: https://youtu.be/7oQJdHam2HY


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