A vibrant and colourful display is up in London at the moment, with an intention to brighten everyone's mood amid troubling times. As London has experienced terror, fire, austerity, and a vote for brexit, the mood of the capital has been rightfully morose. So, Londoners taking matters into their own hands - in the most positive way possible of course, seems like an ideal solution. A project called mile long popups is attempting to tackle this issue.
Morag Myerscough, a self professed polymath, has a substantial following on Instagram. Thanks to her increasingly famous design works, the coloursmith is leaping from height to height. Luke Morgan is a visual artist with rock n roll connections. Trying his hand at many aspects of visual display, being part of this project is a big step forward.
The pair of creatives have collaborated together to create Joy and Peace, two installations which hope to raise the local vibrations by displaying splendid and striking colours. The brutalist architecture that surrounds the art is a stark contrast to the sensations of flurry and flamboyancy.
The display can be seen from now until the 20th of October on Silk Street, London.
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