To Quentin or not to Quentin?
That much-loved children’s illustrator Quentin Blake – who brought the books of Roald Dahl to life and managed, in his imaginings of classic character Mr Twit, to create a beast remarkably similar to Astragal himself – has, rather unexpectedly, been given a role in Argent’s King’s Cross regeneration masterplan. Blake is working with the developer to create a massive drawing to cover up a dilapidated building, Stanley Building South, on the edge of the masterplan site. Argent told local ...
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