New installation by Street Artist Pejac, Don’t Look Back in Anger – London 2016

With just over a week to go before Pejac’s opens the doors to his first UK debut solo show, we’re back again to report about the second part of his street art intervention.

A few weeks ago, we wrote about the first part, titled ‘Downside Up‘, multiple installations of shoes being hung upside down with the simple intention of igniting imagination in those who walk passed.

This time the thought provoking artist is back with his second part, titled ‘ Don’t Look Back in Anger’, in which Pejac recreates Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ as a response to the UK’s decision to Brexit.

By scratching onto a Jaguar, an iconic British car, the artist addresses the human obsession to cover marks and scars by turning them into something positive.

”Passion can lead us to destroy and in a split second it can push us to create. We are unpredictable beings, anger is a necessary emotion.”  Pejac 2016

Pejac’s solo exhibition titled ‘Law of The Weakest’ is taking place from July 22-31 July at the Londonewcastle Project Space.



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