Hoxton Window Project: Oust
This month’s Hoxton Window Project was created in collaboration with the arts education charity Children & the Arts and featured the very talented graffiti artist Oust, who has a wide variety of his art dotted on buildings around London. You can check them out here.
The artist put his love for typography to good use by covering our windows in a colourful rendering of the word “Perspective,” marking the official launch of the Children & the Arts & Jack Petchey Foundation Perspective Art Prize.
Children & the Arts works with arts venues across the UK to reach children in disadvantaged communities who are missing out on creative and cultural experiences. They want to give children who are at risk of being left behind, a more fulfilled and creative education, whilst raising their confidence, educational attainment and aspiration.
UNIT9 and Children & the Arts were pleased to celebrate the artistic diversity of east London together with Oust. Come on down to Hoxton Square to check out the artwork and share your photos with @unit9 and @childrenandarts.