The Angry Pixie, Silky, The Saucepan Man, Dame Washalot and Moonface on the Faraway Tree I made for Animating Lordship Lane at Mrs Robinson with Fantasy High Street
Lordship Lane is where the author Enid Blyton was born in 1897. Her tales about The Magic Faraway Tree were some of my favourite books when growing up. It was so much fun to make my own take on the characters from these stories.
All of the windows in the tree have drawings of the interiors of Enid Blyton's home where she wrote her children's stories 🌳
The shop window art trail has six art installations along Lordship Lane and runs from 30th Aug - 11th Sept 2016
There are art workshops and performances for the Family Fun Weekend on Sat 3rd - Sun 4th Sept.
I will be running a Paper Automata workshop for children at Mrs Robinson, 128 - 130 Lordship Lane from 2 - 5pm on Sunday