Thanks to the wonderful world of social media, I responded to a call for volunteers to have their image taken by local Adelaide street artist, Peter Drew.
I jumped at the chance. Having been an admirer of Peter's work in Adelaide for some time, the thought of being a part of one of his projects was a little exciting to say the least. I arrived at what could only be described as an artists version of a 16th century underground dungeon, filled with paint, brushes disused canvases and many other unnamed and unrecognizable things.
I sat on a mat on the floor, put the cube on my head and held a cube in my lap. Peter went click, click, moved about a bit, thanked me - and it was all over.
Check out the finished product below that is now a past up on a wall outside The Buff Club in Glasgow.
Check out The Buff Club HERE.
Other work in this series by Peter Drew
Previous work by Adelaide artist, Peter Drew.
It was and is a real thrill to be a part of some art work that traveled the globe to sit on some lonely alley way wall outside a club.
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