RUN and Street Art London were recently invited to paint the front doors of Tramshed, Mark Hix’s new restaurant in Shoreditch, notable for its commissioned Damien Hirst piece inside featuring a cow and a cockerel. Tramshed shuts its front doors at midnight and RUN had another painting date in Spain the next day so it was a race against time through the night. RUN however rose to the occasion and produced a stunning work.
For a little more background on RUN check out his interview with Street Art London and this and this. RUN’s has put up some inspiring work in Clapton and Stoke Newington of late which Street Art London will be featuring in full soon. To keep up with RUN’s travels around the world outside London check out his site and his new Tumblr. For now, check out his latest at Tramshed.
RUN contemplates his finished piece at 5AM:
The creation of the work:
Working against the clock, RUN employed a blow torch to dry his base coat faster…
The finished work in daylight: