Cricklewood residents surprised by wall art


 A new work by Kevin vincenzo keating  ( KVK) has  surprised  Criklewood residents
  
  A work is on the corner of Cricklewood lane, called the Cross roads and is a symbolic interpretation of the four roads and 3 boroughs that meet in( Cricklewood, The tree symbol in the centre with 5 branches and 5 roots ) The coloured bird in the middle of the tree, represents the harmonisation between these factors and the added elements of community cohesion and art .

 The mural is sparse and unlike the normal approach to murals. and it is designed so that the spaces are filled and coloured by pedestrians and passing traffic. Work may only be up a shot while  Snappy Snaps the owners of the wall space were surprised by the graffiti  and said that it evokes novelty, design and precision  and shows how a place can be improved with artistic expression.  The work is an ode to Cricklewood and the community effort tha tontines to make Criklewood a more vibrant place. 


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