A stunning new piece of work from Zase and Dekor at the junction of Ashley road, Sussex pl and Lower Ashley Road. Has had the scaffolding taken down this week revealing what the two guys have been painting for the last week or so.
It’s one busy junction so lots of people will get to see it and I think they will enjoy this new lovely piece that hopefully will be around for some time to come .
The mobile suit Gundam was on my list of things I wanted to see while in Tokyo since seeing Gundam’s way back in the mid 80’s and becoming a bit of a fan.
So heading over to Odaiba and going to the main entrance of Diver City and walking around the corner and spotting it I was well impressed and glad I made the journey and I then spent a while just looking and watching it come to life so to speak as they put a little show on with lights and I think steam coming out of it’s chest and a video showing on the main building behind.
I know the next time I’m in Tokyo i would go and see it again maybe picking a different time maybe in the winter and in the dark I think would look really good.
I got really lucky this time when exploring Tokyo, in the past there has only been one permeant Godzilla display over in the middle of the Hibiya Chante square near Ginza which is a beautiful but small statue.
Now there’s another over at the Hotel Gracery in Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward built into the hotel and has rooms themed around Godzilla as well.
Then there was a Godzilla statue built to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Godzilla over in the Garden in Tokyo Midtown but when I arrived it had been moved to the main road but it still looked very good and well worth seeing as it was still attracting a lot of people which made taking my own photos difficult especially as I was short of time …
I have been meaning to take some photos of these beautiful walls since last year when the children in Montpelier painted two of the walls leading into Montpelier Park in Bristol for the Montpelier Bean Fest.
It was the curves of the walls coupled with those big splashes of colour alongside the trees and the light that just caught my eye.
I must have spent a good 40 minutes, what with waiting for the light to just change a bit and playing with the angles that worked for me the most.