Brockwell Passage mural is a comics style map of the passageway between Herne Hill Station Square and Dulwich Road. It's a representation of the passage within the passage and the wall repeats itself several times within the mural. The characters in the painting are people who have been observed around the area. Lots of local kids helped to colour in the mural, which was a process that evolved organically as children stopped and asked if they could join in. The connecting brick wall was stencilled by 209 kids from the local St.Jude's school. The school logo was painted on the wall within the mural by one of the pupils. Colourful lanterns powered by the next door pub were installed and a local iron worker made a bench for the corner of the passage. This community project transformed a grotty alley with rubbish and anti-social behaviour issues into a bright and colourful space. The mural was commissioned by Herne Hill Forum.
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