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Showing posts with label qubekmanchester. Show all posts
Showing posts with label qubekmanchester. Show all posts

Monday, 27 December 2021

Friday, 24 December 2021

Merry Christmas from Qubekmanchester

Merry Christmas from Qubekmanchester 

Nighttime pictures 


Wednesday, 8 December 2021

the gentrification of graffiti

 Quick Qewb piece painted earlier today. I call this, the gentrification of graffiti🥲🥲🤣🤣 kept the letters real simple and childlike for speed

Sunday, 14 November 2021

Street Art Murals on Monton Road Salford

Street Art Murals from Monton Road Salford

Monton Village Community Association (MVCA)

The Honeypot Monton Ltd
233-235 monton road

MVCA has already launched a Monton loyalty card offering discounts in local shops, and runs the popular Monton Festival and Christmas lights switch on and the bee is part of a project to bring street art to the village with more art planned for shop shutters.

Sunset Boulevard

181 Monton Rd, Eccles, Manchester M30 9PN

Pizza Knight

177 Monton Rd, Eccles, Manchester M30 9PN

Russ Meehan - aka Qubek

Found on the corner Monton Road and Lansdowne Road

Playfoots Cafe & Bar
175 Monton Rd, Monton, Eccles, Manchester M30 9GS

on the opposite side of the road (the corner Monton Road and Lansdowne Road) is another Bee mural nicknamed Monty by local residents

Local poet Jenny Berry helped design the artwork while Eccles Community Committee, MVCA and Playfoots bar and cafe provided funding for the £2,500 work by artist Sumit Sakark. Sumit, who studied Fine Art at Manchester Metropolitan Universit and describes himself as a digital and analogue painter and sculptor and graffiti artist, said: “I really enjoyed painting in Monton. Everyone was super friendly.”

173 Monton Rd, Eccles, Manchester M30 9GS

Videos of Monton Road 


Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Chorlton Street Art Mural by Qubek

Chorlton Street Art Mural by Qubek

@Qubekmanchester #Qubekmanchester chorlton

Quote from Qubek:

Here's my finished mural in #chorlton , a celebration of these two animals, the farming heritage of the area and a nod to the oak forest which stood here before everything.

 A long time ago one of the most popular activities here was cock fighting and bull bating. Seeing these animals tied up and tore apart by dogs for fun. Thankfully this area is more Liberal and animal friendly these days so here are the animals being celebrated, standing proud and tall. 

 I used the cool and hot colours to reflect the dark and light, past and present. I really would love to more on this but once again time is not on my side


Monday, 11 October 2021

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