Wednesday, 20 March 2019

#stockwellhalloffame updates

Today we looked at the progression of #stockwellhalloffame which will be finished soon. The walls are being prepped for the artists to create work on.
Thanks to network homes, sw9housing, Kingsbury construction and rock Townsend architects for their excellent work.

At #bookstopbrixton

At #bookstopbrixton we have been working overtime with a new delivery of books which we have been distributing to the community.
We have  also been transforming the space next to us by taking out the composters and installing growing beds for food which we will be planting shortly. #bookstopbrixton will be moving there shortly.

Brixton bugle

The April edition of the Brixton bugle features our collaboration with @dreph_ . Go grab a copy from #bookstopbrixton

Sunday, 3 March 2019

New works and Idris elba

Today we put some finishing touches to some work at the project and had a surprise visit by actor Idris Elba and caught up with him and had a chat about some of his projects he has been working on.

Thursday, 28 February 2019

New works at #bookstopbrixton

Recently #bookstopbrixton hosted artist @dreph_ who came through to paint a portrait of Marlon James to promote his book ' Black Leopard, Red Wolf'.
The piece took 3 days to complete and is currently on show at Waterstones on Tottenham Court Road so go check it out.

Sunday, 24 February 2019

Book stop...Clapham!

Following on from the success of #bookstopbrixton on somerSomerl road , in March we will be opening Book Stop Clapham. This project in conjunction with AV Danzer will see Books available to the community on Notre Dame Estate.
We will also be working with artist @Dreph_ who produced the mural on Pope's Road and the Michelle Obama mural in Brixton.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the project and all the funders via the Go fund me.
If you would like to help with this project please donate at

Saturday, 5 January 2019

Art from watch this space project

We recently visited Lion house in Holborn which is showing the art created by young people from our project in 2013.
Back then we met every Thursday at Notre Dame community centre on the Notre Dame estate and made art from recycled materials.
The pieces on show at Lion House were part of a series we worked on at the end of the project.
Thanks to Gary Pate for organising the show