Lewisham Council - Deptford and New Cross public art

Deptford and New Cross public art

  • Circumsphere
    Chris Marshall and Steve Lewis, 1998. River Thames, Deptford Strand. Commissioned by Sustrans and Deptford Discovery Team. The artist behind Lewisham Hospital's Blue Well, works on a site specific basis.
  • Feed the Cows
    Artmongers, 2005. New Cross Road, Commissioned by NDC. Designed to promote recycling in the borough and to turn the humble dustbin into a work of art, these Friesian cow bins have now been commissioned by other boroughs.
  • Creekside Gates
    Heather Burrell, 2002. Creekside, Deptford. Commissioned by Creekside Education Trust. These intricately designed stainless steel gates welcome visitors to the ecology centre with entwined images of local flora and fauna.
  • Deptford Marbles
    Artmongers, 2007. New Cross Road. Commissioned by Lewisham Council and JC Decaux. This trompe d’oeil wall with the effect of lightening and opening out the surrounding area. Deptford Marbles
  • Douglas Way wall
    Wall in Douglas Way, Deptford.
  • Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths
    Will Alsop, 2005. Goldsmiths College, New Cross Road. Commissioned, owned and maintained by Goldsmiths College. The unmistakeable metal ‘scribble’ wraps around the exterior terrace exhibition space.
  • His n Hers
    Patricio Forrester/Artmongers, 2002. Deptford High Street. Commissioned by Deptford X Festival.
  • Love Over Gold
    Gary Drostle, 1989. Drake House, Creekside/Crossfields Estate. Commissioned by Lewisham Leisure, Outset UK, Dire Straits, ILEA. Developed with local primary schools, the mural depicts children and adults' musings on their environment.
  • Sanford Street Mural
    Brian Barnes. Sanford Street, near Cold Blow Lane.
  • skySCAPE by Cash Aspeek and Chris Marshall with Redstart Arts
    A temporary installation commissioned by A.P.T for the Podia project funded by Lewisham Council. Photo by Matthew Andrews
  • Pepys Motor Artmongers
    Artmongers worked with a group of young people from Pepys Estate in 2008, commissioned by Lewisham Homes. The process included photographing the textured brick wall and wrapping matchbox cars bought on Deptford Market in a printed vinyl of the photograph.