Me and Miss Jones

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Me doing wonky ass typography for Rmer. He should have asked Gary MSK to do it….

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Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

Time really does fly and this piece is already a year old but still looking stunning on a wall in Whitchurch.

Commissioned by local bar and grill venue Miss Jones – local artist Rmer took to the wall with partner in crime Tizer!

Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

Rmer street art on Miss Jones, CardiffRmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

Featuring a very distinctive face (looks almost like the lead from Misery!) with lots of long flowing locks and bright yellow flowers too. Whilst Rmer concentrated on the face Tizer assisted with the lettering.

Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff
Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff
Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

Dorrie and Paulina were farmers daughters and bought Forest Farm Dairy and also bought this building and opened up an ice cream parlour and tea room, which they ran until 1996.
The two ladies known to the town both as Miss Jones, never married, and stayed together their whole lives.

We are delighted to call the place Miss Jones and to bring back the legacy of the two Miss Jones’ of Whitchurch.

Rmer street art on Miss Jones, Cardiff

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