BIG MOTHER to highlight affordable housing issues
The artwork depicts a mother and child looking forlornly from their condemned council block at the luxury apartment complexes being built around them.
Stik, the formerly homeless street artist who painted the mural said: “Affordable housing in Britain is under threat, this piece is to remind the world that all people need homes”. Charles Hocking House was built for low income families in 1967 and is earmarked to be torn down in 2016.
Continue reading for more images on “Big Mother” and if you are in the area, you’ll be able to find it at Charles Hocking House, Bollo Bridge Road, South Acton, W3 8DA East Acton Estate, 10 minutes from Acton Town tube station. The piece is also visible from the Piccadilly line and London flight paths.