London Dada Work No. 686; Undercover Informant

Undercover Informant
 Undercover Informant
 Michael St.Mark 2014

Found work. Defunct telegraph pole intriguingly situated within dense woodland
South Mimms, Herts.


Signed edition of 25 lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura,
20″ x 16.5″
£450 ( unframed )

* January 2017 2014 editions 1 – 18 sold/reserved

London Dada  2005- 2014 archive of signed edition artworks released for purchase / investment.

3 thoughts on “London Dada Work No. 686; Undercover Informant

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  2. How strange is that, I can’t imagine what possible use a telegraph pole is in the middle of woodland. Unless it was put there before the trees grew up above it!

    Equally strange is the fact that even though there are loads of trees and branches in the photo your eyes immediately pick out the pole!


    • A Polish undercover informant then? He’s certainly well disguised.
      Some of the surrounding trees appear to have been pollarded to stunt growth ( a common woodland management practice ), so it could well be that the telegraph pole was placed in situ when they were still quite low to the ground – maybe 20 or so years back… time flys when you’re a telegraph pole.


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