AN OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD mural of dogs in space has stopped buyers.
A series of eye-catching paintings of space-busting dogs at the Dogs Trust charity shop in Kemp Town, Brighton, have been erected over several months and now form a colorful shell around the building.
The colorful spray paintings were created by street artist SprayCatz after the building’s landlord requested the designs for the St James’s Street store.
Shop manager Ragen Sherrington said the artwork has attracted more people and she hasn’t had any negative feedback so far.
“It looks really, really cool and we’re really happy with it,” she said.
“The response was really positive.
“It’s a brilliant work of art.”
Ms Sherrington said the first paint job was done about three months ago and SprayCatz built up the work over several weeks.
SprayCatz has created eye-catching spray paintings for well-known groups such as Brighton’s Extinction Rebellion.
They also process orders from private customers and companies.
“We have a say in how it looked,” Ms Sherrington said.
“The artists had an idea of what they wanted to do and they took pictures of dogs from the store and used that as a base.
“We’ve added two around our windows in the last few weeks.
“And then the other mural was done about three months ago.”
The Dog’s Trust is the UK’s largest dog charity.
The organization helps with the rehabilitation and adoption of dogs that have been abandoned or abandoned by their owners.
She also works to protect dogs from abuse, cruelty and suffering.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20778187.dog-mural-dogs-trust-brighton-charity-shop-hit-shoppers/?ref=rss The dog mural at the Dogs Trust Brighton charity shop is a hit with shoppers