Inca the Mole, or The Mole is an artist who paints reasonably frequently in Bristol, but who I think might live in Gloucestershire. This is a lovely piece of writing in the tunnel, although this time it is not accompanied by the peace-loving mole.
The three nicely chosen colours run horizontally through the letters, which pop out from the wall thanks to the deep 3D drop shadow. Although the mole isn’t there, he is in spirit with all the peace symbols running across the letters. It is always good to see that the Mole has been to visit.
This is an absolute beauty in the tunnel by Inca the Mole, possibly the best I have seen from the artist. The colour selection is really nice, and the mole lettering combination works so well.
There is a great balance in the piece, and of course the mole is beautifully painted with plenty of character about him. There is a lovely shout out to the RBF crew, who often hold paint jams in the tunnel, and Inca the Mole might have painted over one of their pieces. All good stuff.
Over the weekend, I had an hour or two to kill while the dog was at the groomers, and took the opportunity to drop down under the M32 to a spot along the River Frome, where I can’t take the dog, because it could be a little dangerous
My reward included this wonderful little column piece from Inca the Mole. It is always a great pleasure to find the Mole’s pieces, and this one was quite hidden away. The mole is decorated with little peace symbols and some simple stars add a little interest to the background. A simple idea nicely executed.