I was in Manchester last weekend to go to Old Trafford to see United take on Crystal Palace. As is usual when I visit Old Trafford, I took the opportunity to go into the city to check out Street Art.
The first port of call was the Northern Quarter, where the vast majority of Street Art in Manchester is based.
I took the opportunity to get photos of a piece of a Sloth with David Bowie’s trademark lightning bolt on it’s face.
The reason for this, was that it was painted over a mural of David Bowie which was painted last year after his death, a change which has polarised opinion in the city.
I also headed to Ancoats to get pictures of some pieces which were still a work in progress on my last visit to Manchester in February.
Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get any photos of Salford Quays this time, but I did still manage to capture a lot of Street Art in Manchester.