Book Stop Brixton on Somerleyton Road recently became the studio for street artist Neequaye Dsane, also known as Dreph.
He worked over a weekend to create a portrait of author and ManBooker prize winner Marlon James for the launch of his book Black Leopard, Red Wolf, part of a new fantasy trilogy.
When complete, the artwork was taken to Waterstones bookshop on Tottenham Court Road where it was exhibited for a few weeks (inset).
Book Stop Brixton, which provides free reading material to Brixton residents, is fundraising for repairs and maintenance work to make the Book Stop weatherproof and for a young part time worker.
You can support the project at www.gofundme.com/book-stop-brixton
Books are donated to the project and given away on the book stand which is next to the P5 bus stop on Somerleyton Road.
More about Dreph at http://dreph.co.uk