In Lower Grosvenor Gardens just around the corner from Victoria station can be found three brightly coloured “sheds”, and they are art.

The art is by Richard Woods, a London based artist, and seems to be an evolution of a design he’s been working on for a few years, and he has become known for his large scale models of houses in bright, cartoon-like designs.

And they certainly do stand out.

As he says: “Houses come in all different sizes. This is a drawing of a small one, a medium one, and a large one”, and there’s not much else to say about it frankly – three bold coloured houses in a posh park surrounded by road traffic.

They are pleasing to look at when walking past, but not much else going on.

The art is part of a Wander Art Trail put on by the local estate group.

It should be in place until the end of June, after which it is due to be removed.

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3 comments
  1. JP says:

    Presumably art not imitating nature as that’s exactly where those without homes sleep. Or certainly used to.

  2. chris bell says:

    I’d hardly call Lower Grosvenor Gardens a “posh park”! In reality it’s more of a scrappy piece of ground much beloved by street sleepers & weary travellers . But there will be plenty of room for these attractive houses now .

  3. Sykobee says:

    For some reason this reminds me of the game Pacland, a side-scrolling Pacman spin-off.

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