Streets are transforming right in front of people’s eyes this week as London’s 2012 Art Festival takes over. Artists from around the world have come together breathing life into every corner of Nelson Street in Bristol, accumulating in the UK’s largest permanent street art project.
On its second annual run, “See No Evil,” encompasses various forms of street art by covering buildings with murals and presenting multi-media experiences while staying connected to its roots with graffiti installations.The vision behind the miles of creativity is Inkie, Bristol’s own street artist and painter. Among the other artists showcasing work are L’atlas, Sick Boy and Chu.
Telling from the photos alone, we can already tell this clash of originality and ideas is going to be amazing.
- Juan Frausto
(Photo credit: BBC News)