Jim Vision paints Star Wars wall in Brick Lane

It was time to say goodbye to the beloved Terry Pratchett mural when Jim Vision headed out to the wall on Pedley streetĀ last week.

After a strong 8 months, the Terry Pratchett mural was looking slightly worse for wear, so Jim decided to pay tribute to another great artist that has inspired him over the years.

Noriyoshi Ohrai was the man behind the legendary Star Wars posters from the 80’s including the notable ‘Empire Strikes Back’, alongside artwork for the Godzilla posters and the Goonies original artwork. Ohrai passed at the end of October, so as an homage to this incredible talent, Jim Vision recreated some of the original Star Wars artwork. The paint started last week and will be finished in the coming two weeks in preparation for the Star Wars ‘The Artist Awakens’ exhibition from Incandescent Art on the 17th December where you will be able to find original artwork from Jim Vision.

In the meantime keep Instagramming, Tweeting and having a peek at the wall that will be. We’ll see you on the street!

The Terry Pratchett Boat – Starboard Side

Following the production of the Terry Pratchett tribute wall by Jim Vision & Dr Zadok, fans gathered far and wide to marvel at the spectacle. One of them being barge owner and London resident Faith. Faith got in touch with us to request her very own Terry Pratchett mural to be painted along the side of herĀ house boat which moors on the east London canal. Jim Vision headed on over last week to get started and completed the starboard side with signature Josh Kirby gnomes and frogs. Take a look below. The port side still needs completing, so you can find Jim & Faith’s brand new boat on the canal this Saturday. Final images to come next week..

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Jim Vision X Gent 48

Quick collaboration by Jim Vision & Gent 48 last week in Shoreditch. This impromptu 5 metre wall mural was completed in a mere 3 hours just before sunset, and was done so quickly, we actually didn’t make it down to take any snaps of our own, so we’ve scrolled through Instagram and borrowed those that we thought were great snaps of the new piece. So many thanks to @Mafioso_, @Ugz, @Ldn_calling_blog, @Graffiti_London & @Arby1975 for sharing the work!

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