You may remember a few weeks ago, a post showcasing some of the artwork painted as part of the Hit The North Festival.
When I went out to photograph the aftermath, I didn’t get all the photographs I wanted, as the pieces on Exchange Way were not finished, and there was a cherry picker still parked outside The Dirty Onion blocking any chance of a decent photo.
With the nights getting darker, I would have to wait until the following Sunday to get out and get some photos of the pieces I missed in my original post.
I started by getting some photos that I missed, a piece across the road from Malmaison on Victoria Street, a Kev Largey piece in Commercial Court, and an image of a mermaid and a diver on Dunbar Street.
I then headed over to Exchange Way to get pictures of the finished pieces in the EA car park, which was still being worked on when I visited the previous Sunday.
In the week inbetween, pictures emerged on Social Media of one of the finished pieces, a mural of Tyrion Lannister. That means nothing to me but apparantly it’s something if you’re into Game Of Thrones.
However, when I arrived, it was being painted over, with a mural of Harley Quinn in progress.
That meant I would have to come back the following week to get photos of the finished piece, which I did the following Saturday morning.
Some of the photos at Exchange Way aren’t the best due to it being a locked car park and having to improvise with angles. Enjoy.