Explore Bristol Street, Evil Art, and more!

The ‘See No Evil’ art project on Nel­son Street in Bris­tol, Eng­land will see sev­eral multi-​​story build­ings in the street cov­ered with art over the com­ing days. Orga­niz­ers hope that the project, which has involved top graf­fiti artists from all over the world, will become a major tourist attrac­tion for the west coun­try city.

See No Evil

The See No Evil graffiti project in Bristol, Britain's largest street art project

Watershed: "A cross-artform venue and producer, sharing, developing and showcasing exemplary cultural ideas and talent. We are based in Bristol, but place no boundaries on our desire to connect with artists and audiences in the wider world."

Watershed: "A cross-artform venue and producer, sharing, developing and showcasing exemplary cultural ideas and talent. We are based in Bristol, but place no boundaries on our desire to connect with artists and audiences in the wider world.

Cardboard Cutouts from Thailand.

An interesting way to create awareness: Thai Orphans Rendered as Beautiful Cardboard-Cutout Street Art (from Good)

Christmas Steps - another favourite haunt.

Christmas Steps - another favourite haunt.

banksy tattoos - Google zoeken

Steve Cotton: London Life with punk rock, Banksy and street art, graffiti and photography.

Acerone's piece for 'See no Evil' in Bristol

This piece of facade street art from Bristol Centre is called, Three bikes. You can give this piece a rating out of five as well as see where it is located in Bristol by clicking the 'See on map' link

Crowds in Queens Square during Bristol Harbour Festival

Crowds in Queens Square during Bristol Harbour Festival

Bristol Harbour, City Branding, Planet Earth, United Kingdom, England Uk, England

Pinterest
Search