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Mural painted at FUSEBOX in honour of Spectrum

During Spectrum's absence, local artist Jeru Nomi has painted a mural honouring the bear sculpture on FUSEBOX's window.

Last month, the rainbow bear Spectrum was targeted by vandals and thrown in the Thames. Luckily, members of the Kingston community came together to rescue the sculpture and brought him back on dry land. During Spectrum’s absence from the Kingston Bear Hunt Trail, local artist Jeru Nomi has painted FUSEBOX’s windows with a special mural honouring the multi-coloured bear!

We wanted to echo the bear’s messages of inclusivity with this vibrant mural. Inspired by the significance of the rainbow as a symbol of love and hope for the LGBTQ+ community and a tribute to the NHS, this mural pays homage to our community’s strength and resilience in the face of adversity.

Visit FUSEBOX today during your exploration of the Kingston Bear Hunt Trail and tick it off on your map! Also, keep an eye on our social media accounts for any updates on Spectrum’s return.