Yesterday I headed down to Brick Lane for this year's Art Car Boot Fair where British Artists congregate to put on their annual village fete experience with themed stalls. Each artist brings down a novelty vehicle to display their wares and offer a signings service and meet'n'greets for London's art enthusiasts and fans. Pam Hogg was selling plates and pin badges alongside the limited edition "Pretty Taxing" Tax Disc series specially put together by the collective with her title being "Road Hogg". Fellow member of the scheme Peter Blake was on hand with daughter Rose Blake who had these great t-shirts in addition to both thier screen prints. Tunes were spun by Jarvis Cocker and Jeremy Healy with the BBQ manned by St. Johns Bread & Wine.............. along with this brilliant deceiving ice-cream van who crafted cardboard cones and emulsion paint icecream sculptures for £25 a-pop(sicle).