As part of the recently concluded Dulwich Festival in London, this amazing work of art by The Rolling People (Snoe, BRK and Cept) takes the cake or wins the room- the semantic choice is yours.

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Courtesy of The Rolling People

Lasting nine days, the Dulwich Festival is an event which brings together the biggest and most well-known names in street art to create large-scale murals, inspired by classical works such as those by Rembrandt van Rijn, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and Nicholas Poussin, which are present in England’s oldest gallery for the arts- the Dulwhich Picture Gallery.

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Courtesy of The Rolling People

In a first for the festival, street artists were given a blank canvas in the Art House on Lordship Lane- set to be demolished, but kept intact for the festival- to generate a transformation inside and out. The Rolling People took one of the interior rooms and painted it floor, walls, and ceiling in a wonderfully… well, trippy, scheme. There are- all with individual characters- clouds and a moon, mushrooms, surreal creatures, hidden staircases to nowhere, trains emerging from tunnels and bound who-knows-where… the list goes on.

By Matt Davis

Courtesy of The Rolling People

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