Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Sketchcrawling through London's East End

James Hobbs, Gherkin and Christ Church from Hanbury Street, London E1
Thanks to Pete Scully for his great sketchcrawl through the East End of London last week, which took in places made notorious by the 19th-century serial killer Jack the Ripper. About 30 of us took the route between Whitechapel tube station and the Ten Bells pub next to Christ Church Spitalfields – some of them fresh from the symposium in Barcelona, lucky people. Some people just can't draw enough. As always with sketchcrawls, it was great to meet people who had previously only been virtual artists online. 

James Hobbs, Ten Bells, Commercial Street, London

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