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Strolled down Great Sutton Street lately? If so, you might've spotted a familiar face.

There's an art installation of a man's visage opposite DOMUS, and the man in question is none other than leading architecture expert and Clerkenwell Post columnist Peter Murray. The installation is the work of artist Greg Shapter, with input from his colleague Christian Spencer-Davies who came up with the idea of featuring Murray after he was approached by DOMUS. The multi-layered face is only fully visible from a single point on the street – see if you can find it. The installation will be up until mid-May.


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