1941, 2, art, artist, arts, battle, canvas, chalk, chalker, chalking, chalks, cutting, england, history, II, london, news, pavement, pavement art, paving, philip, photo, photography, press, publication, screever, screeving, second, social, stone, street, uk, urban, urbancanvas, war, world, WWII
These are photos that have no actual story connected to them, other than the fact that they were published in a newspaper to either break-up text or fill empty space.
This photo was published in America by The Christian Science Monitor.
It is often assumed that the Second World War stopped play for London’s screevers/pavement artists, but as this photo shows, it just isn’t true; of all the ‘street-arts’ screevers where going strong throughout the war years & beyond….I’ll be blogging more about this in the future.
Researched by Philip Battle