Poured Lines on Southwark Street, London

March 16, 2008 at 1:57 am (Focus)

Poured Lines is located underneath Westernbridge on Southwark Street. It is about 50m long of permanent Public art painting by Ian Daveport.
This artwork consist of vertical stripes of about 300 different colours combined, which has brighten up the dull looking bridge by creating a visual rhythm across the painting.
It’s very colourful and has literally transformed the look underneath the Western bridge therefore capturing the attention of Pedestrians and motorist. this strong change to the bridge’s landscape has been very successful although it’s quite a simple design for a public art.

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