Angel, My Angel

So now I’m into searching out new and exciting pigeon in mime forms around London, I found this:

It’s the Pall Mall Collective again – see post below.

This time they have chosen a fine location on Rosebery Avenue opposite the world famous Sadler’s Wells theatre. Said they chose it because it was situated near The Angel tube station in Islington. They called it ‘Angel, My Angel’. It’s meant to symbolise the protective nature of the angel in everyday life and how some pigeons needs it more than others. Notice how the trio on the left wing, led by Mike, are clearly rejecting the protection while Tony stares longingly at the leaf hat ‘in search of guidance’, apparently.

Duncan however, perched on the head, appears to be giving a very similar performance to the one he gave in ‘Worshipping The Boot’… Not sure why. Maybe bonce burying is his speciality?

May 20, 2008. Uncategorized.

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