One of the most graphic and least valued urban elements of London’s urban landscape is its fences. What…? The fences? Yes, everywhere, right in the city center or across any suburb, wherever there is an open field or a construction site, you can find them. These fences not only are used to close open spaces, but also to give a particular identity to the urban scene. In the city of London, they are typically made out of wood, reinforced with a structure of wooden slats nailed diagonally and fully painted with only one colour.
To commemorate this finding, I created a full decorated alphabet called London Fences. My very own interpretation of this London’s urban print.