Telephone Box Art Outside Covent Garden London. Hello friends, so how are you today? Don’t you just love spotting something cool? I know I do. Every time we visit London we find something amazing to take photos off. Our last visit, did not disappoint!
Telephone Box Art Outside Covent Garden London:
Telephone Box Art Outside Covent Garden London. London is a well-known city known for its extensive history, recognisable buildings, and thriving art scene.
But some of the thing’s I think of when I visit London off the top of my head is red phone boxes, red buses and black taxi’s with adverts on. Love all of these.
Red telephone boxes are so iconic and one unexpected statue that has appeared in Covert Garden is this one. Not one you can use though. One you can admire.
Exploring the Vibrant Canvas of Telephone Box Art in London. The first red telephone boxes, known as K2, were introduced in London in the 1920s (1924 to be precise) and were designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.
How cool is this piece? Loved spotting this creative piece and wonder who made. Silly me forgot to take a photo of the artist in front of the sculpture and now I am home wondering what is the story behind it. I do not like not knowing!! Anyone know?
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