Ste J from Book to the Future sent in this mostly all B&W Piece.
Ste J writes really great book reviews, some film reviews & once in a while a game review.
His reviews rock! What can I say… I only know i enjoy reading them, lots!
Ste J found this piece outside of a bookstore in Nottingham, UK!
Pics taken by Steve Johnson – 2015
Nottingham, England, UK
⭐ THANK YOU Ste J ! ⭐
22 thoughts on “Ste J Reviews!”
I really like it! Much happiness that Book to the Future” sent this in!
Hurray for SteJ. It’s good to see him look at things that aren’t beer mugs.
I was looking through the bottom of the glass at the time…
Well, I can understand that, which is how I found street art! Mom was dying, and life was through the bottom. Turned out her hospice was in the center of Mural heaven, in Winnipeg.
Once I saw 1 piece..I saw 2, then 3 … now I see it everywhere, all the time!
LOL! Still, it was a good post!
Yes. It was a good one. SteJ is top notch. I just like to give him a hard time.
Nottingham by the way one of the famous sons of the city – Frederick Gibson Garton was a grocer who who created the HP Sauce in the very late 1800s – I don’t know why I’m thinking of this now.? 😀 😀 😀
😀 😀 Are you craving steak? You know I’m a veggie! Perhaps you are craving veggies with HP Sauce? Would HP Sauce taste good on veggies? Whatever, Thank you LDN for a great history lesson! 🙂 🙂
‘hehehe’ – actually I believe it taste delicious with veggies only… 🙂
Hmm? Think I will see how many calories is in a TBSP& try it out! You understand condiments tend to be high-cal, and I have to watch out for my big asp. 😀
‘hahaha’ – I clearly believe women are wiser than men – but one thing women don’t understand anything about – is the subject “Does my asp look big.?”… 😀
Reblogged this on Book to the Future and commented:
Once again I’m guesting on Resa’s wonderful blog, helping celebrate the talent of street artists and getting outside with open eyes!
Thank you Ste J! What fun!
Keep ’em comin’, Ste J! The smiling/grimacing face is very slightly reminiscent of some drawings by William Blake, though crossed as well with a sort of Asian perspective.
Interesting critique comment! I like art comments.
Apparently Ste J has found another piece to take pics of. It’s all so exciting!
That face looks like mine in a morning as well, coincidence? I think not!
I quite like this bee-hive piece of work!
Me, too! It’s different.
I was over at Ste J’s blog and saw this guest post so of course had to come check it out. Pretty exciting piece of art. Alive with energy. I love the scary wolf. At least I think it’s a wolf. 😀