One of my favourite things about London is the amount of free art we get to experience on a daily basis.
Whether it’s colourful street art in Shoreditch or Camden, or the classics at The National Portrait Gallery, we’re flooded with beautiful creations that make us smile, make us think and that unfortunately, we sometimes take for granted.
This week, another temporary art installation is coming to London; or Leicester Square to be precise. Leicester Square, which sees an amazing 1.5 million people walk through it every week, will house the gorgeous work of artist Michal Trpak for just 10 days, from 21st – 31st October.
Swept Up will encourage Londoners and passers-by to look up to see the beautiful Umbrella People floating through the trees.
The installation, which was commissioned by Heart of London Business Alliance and supported by Westminster City Council, is free to visit.