Artists spend 20 years painting colourful 'tattoos' on the front of their house

People who live on the street have both praised and criticised the artwork
People who live on the street have praised the artwork that took 20 years to complete (Image credit: Google)

A home has been covered top to bottom in a brightly-coloured mosaic telling the story of the owner’s life.

Artist Carrie Reichardt, 55, covered the five-bed home in Chiswick, West London, with vibrant images reminiscent of tattoos on a body.

Sam Webb

Sam is based in Coventry and has been a news reporter for nearly 20 years. His work has featured in the Mirror, The Sun, MailOnline, the Independent, and news outlets throughout the world.  As a copywriter, he has written for clients as diverse as Saint-Gobain, Michelin, Halfords Autocentre, Great British Heating, and Irwin Industrial Tools. During the pandemic, he converted a van into a mini-camper and is currently planning to convert his shed into an office and Star Wars shrine.