Tagged: Lisa Zdravkovic

Inside Curzon Street Station

We recently sent Digbeth’s official photographer (in our eyes at least), Lisa Zdravkovic into the depths of Curzon Street Station as it was opened for the Hidden Spaces exhibition. Below is a taster of...

Polish In Digbeth – Photos

On Sunday 2nd March, Polish in Digbeth held an event at The Spotted Dog to promote Polish history and culture to a wider audience. The event saw a fantastic turn-out, with lots of people...

Views of Digbeth old and new

Regular readers will know that I love sharing an old picture or two, and there are more than enough to go around considering Digbeth is the birthplace of Birmingham. We’ve recently been treated to...

The Digbeth Dress

Presenting… the first (one we know of) dress made entirely in Digbeth! Digbeth resident Lisa Zdravkovic is not only a keen photographer – you may have seen her street art video recently – but...

Digbeth in 1964

A bit of Tuesday nostalgia, courtesy of Digbeth resident Lisa Zdravkovic: Digbeth High Street features at the beginning and end of this home movie from 1964. It also shows the Bull Ring, New Street...

Digbeth Art – Beauty and Beast

Digbeth is full of people with wonderful, and often hidden, talents. Lisa Zdravkovic is a Digbeth resident with a passion for photography. She’s created a very cool video of Digbeth’s street art – past...

DRA Meeting Updates

The last meeting of Digbeth Residents Association took place on Monday 8th April, where attendees were treated to a sneak peak into plans for The Woodman public house. Don’t worry – if you weren’t...

The Artist works on The Edge

Espirito Brum is over. Sigh. But no need to feel glum, as artist Glenn Anderson has left a lasting image on The Edge, home of Friction Arts! And thanks to Digbeth resident Lisa Zdravkovic,...

Ellie B Jewels

I recently received an email from Digbeth resident Lisa Zdravkovic, who wanted to share some thoughts about Ellie B Jewels in Digbeth Court, 162-164 High Street Digbeth. Here’s what she had to say: For...

On the Streets of Digbeth

Graffiti has a bad reputation, fostered by ‘youths’ mindlessly vandalising cities with their tags. Digbeth, however, seems to attract a rather more discerning street artist, who do more ‘art’ than ‘graffiti’. It’s an unwritten...