The Yoga Queen of Shoreditch

Shoreditch is a melting pot of clashing colours, colourful characters, and characteristic eclectic spaces that make it a truly marmite area: it is either seen as a celebration of individuality where original moments happen every second or the London hipstergatory where original moments came to die a replicated, unoriginal death.
Whatever your stance, you cannot help but marvel at the creative force that shapes the landscape. The walls are canvases, and the pavements are exhibition spaces.
The Yoga Queen is one of the works that caught my attention; an inspired piece by Maupal Mauro Pallotta, it is a tongue in cheek play of words that lights up the whole area, and makes people do a double take when they pass it, leaving a cheeky smile on their face.
It left one on me, so I thought I would share it with you.



3 thoughts on “The Yoga Queen of Shoreditch

  1. I’m going to be unabashedly creepy and say that I love you. You are just so inspiring. You recount simple everyday experiences as something to marvel. You see magic in the mundane. And that just requires a deep thinker. Ergo, I love you. Would LOVE LOVE LOVE to meet with you when I am in London next. Albeit with this comment I bet you wont. ๐Ÿ˜› But on a serious note, keep on inspiring. Xx

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