Changing Places

As the area around the bus station changes and the new buildings get taller and taller – premises are starting to shut down ready for demolition – which means there are more opportunities for artists to paint on all the remaining boarded-up shopfronts.

Central Square street art
Central Square street art

As Marland House slowly shuts down the old food outlet now houses some new work by Amoe in vibrant pink and purple colours.

Central Square street art
Central Square street art

Empty Walls 2014: Ekstraternek Painting over the three intricate characters from Ekstraternek you can still see remnants of their existence and the originals on the link below:-
https://diffgraff.wordpress.com/empty-walls-2014-ekstraternek/

Central Square street art
Central Square street art

And just up the street on the corner of Wood Street and the old bus station located underneath the previous Phlegm work is this latest piece from News.

Central Square street art
Central Square street art
Central Square street art
Central Square street art

Empty Walls 2014:PhlegmClick on the link below to see the pictures from Phlegm’s first visit to Cardiff and his giant work at the bus station.
https://diffgraff.wordpress.com/empty-walls-2014-phlegm/

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