Monday, 8 March 2010
A walk through the park yesterday afternoon on the way the Mason's Arms, which is by Battersea Park train station and just across from the old Battersea Power Station.
There's an interesting mosaic of the power station in the pub and we all thought it was made of those little tiles, but actually its 380 Rubik Cubes stacked together.
I shall try not to think further about making art from Rubik's cubes although there is something faintly compelling about that particular idea.
After our pleasant late Sunday lunch, we headed back with the real power station as a backdrop almost as colourful as the cubed version in the afternoon's cold bright sunlight.
Look carefully at the picture and you'll be able to see the London Eye and Big Ben.
Posted by rashbre at 00:58