At Willesden Library this morning, and delighted to see that the mural art at the front of the building is almost finished. It is too big for one photo so I took two:
You can see that it covers the whole of the back of the 1894/1980s fragment, and adds some welcome colour to a fairly black & white interior.
I think community art projects like this have a value out of all proportion to the cost, and leave a permanent legacy. This and the earlier Positive Arts project were things I pushed for in the design phase. Sadly, this sort of thing is likely to become less common as budgets are shrunk tighter and tighter.