The latest installation for 'Platform for Art' is Life is a Laugh by Brian Griffiths. The new commission includes a 7.5 meter wide panda’s head along with a 1970s caravan, a lamp post rescued from the M42, a pair of painted scaffolding ramps, a heap of sand, a stack of building blocks, a pile of used mattresses and a single bicycle.

We all enjoy the art on the wall of the disused platform at Gloucester Road Underground Station in July at Gloucester Road Tube station in London – something to brighten up our journeys on a damp day in the city. We reported on Chiho Aoshima‘s work there on PSFK before – and Beatriz Milhazes‘. The latest installation for ‘Platform for Art' is Life is a Laugh by Brian Griffiths. The new commission includes a 7.5 meter wide panda’s head along with a 1970s caravan, a lamp post rescued from the M42, a pair of painted scaffolding ramps, a heap of sand, a stack of building blocks, a pile of used mattresses and a single bicycle. The Transport For London site says:

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