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Funded by London Borough of Camden

We were joined by Camden Council for a fabulous project, painting a mural at the corner of the Maitland Park Estate.

Led by artist Sam Sure, we created a bright and beautiful artistic display that united local residence.

Camden Council joined us on site and were able to find out what young people wanted on their estate as part of a research activity. The three-day project was a total celebration of the start of summer and a wonderful way to engage with those living on the estate.


Street Art Project

Funded by London Borough of Camden

We were overjoyed to work with Camden Council, painting a mural along the bridge at the entrance to Hampstead Heath.

We enrolled over 90 young people for a week long project, creating imaginative and colourful characters to brighten up the footpath.

This was a huge opportunity to bring together young people and local community residents in a unique project that united all visitors and removed negative spray paint previously on the walls.

Queen's Crescent

Funded by London Borough of Camden

We were incredibly lucky that we received such generous funding to continue this inspiring project, giving our community a sense of pride. We have the opportunity to bring some colour and positivity through our artwork, bringing the community together and spreading joy. Our street art will be displayed across the Queens Crescent shop shutters so that passers-by can admire what our young people have done.

The French Parisienne Community café was the first to receive our painting and results were just amazing. The crowd that we brought in around the café was really a testament to how much community spirit this project generates.

St Martin's Church

Following from the success of our Lismore Circus Street Art Graffiti Project, we were asked by St Martin’s Church NW5 to design a unique mural for the side of the building. We were joined by professional artist Sam Sure, who provided the instruction and guidance our young artists needed to produce the exceptional artwork. Mother Carol wanted to create an image spreading JOY, HOPE and LOVE, so our young people got designing and created a beautiful mural.

Lismore Circus

Funded by Camden Council

With tuition from professional artist Sam Sure and art therapist Emily Hollingsbee, we created a unique street art course with our local young people. Commissioned by Camden Council and working with shop owners along Lismore Circus, we congregated once a week to complete a street-long mural bringing colour and life to the shutters along the street. This community led project united shop owners, parents, local residents and our young people in an effort to remove the gang affiliated tags on the shutters of the shops. The young people designed bespoke images for each shop shutter and then transferred these ideas onto the greater canvas. The artwork they have produced as a collective has made them proud of their surroundings and encouraged positivity.

HVH Arts Graffiti Workshops

We have supported our young people in the art of graffiti for many years. With many of our partnerships including; London School of Mosaic, Mother Canteen and Graphic Gallery we explored street art under the careful instruction of our artists Sam Sure, Emily Hollingsbee and Louise Adjei.

We’ve created amazing artwork through our workshops on canvas, shutters and walls which introduced graffiti as an artform and not as an abuse form. Our work was able to unite the community by covering over gang tags.