Where the Wild Things Are Mural

A wonderful scene from a much loved children's classic.

 Where the Wild Things are Located just off Streatham High Road opposite the South London Press building this is a wonderful mural inspired by Maurice Sendak's much loved children classic Where the Wild Things Are.

The piece depicts a scene from the book with the hero Max and one of the monsters. As well as being a children's author and illustrator, Sendak was himself a Muralist whose work can be seen at the Rosenbach Museum and Gallery in Philadelphia, and we think he would thoroughly approve of this tribute to his work!

We are currently researching this piece. If you can provide us with any further information please get in touch

Condition

From where we can see the mural, it looks like it is in good condition. It might have been tagged.

Have we missed something?

If you know something about this mural that we have missed the please get in touch.

This mural is in good condition

Where to find it

Leigham Court Road SW16 2PD

Cross the road from Streatham Hill Station, straight ahead up Leigham Court Road, 30 metres on your left.
Show me on a map

Dimensions

5 m x 3 m Person for scale

Materials

  • Paint: Paint

How to get there

Bus
50, 59, 159, 118, 250, 109, 133
Train
Streatham Hill
Tube
Brixton

© London Mural Preservation Society 2017