See No Evil Street Art Show

Bristol is the home city to two of today’s biggest artists, both Damien Hirst and Banksy, which makes it known for its odd and artsy scene. These past few days, the city has welcomed 70 graffiti artists from around the globe. They’ve all come for the See No Evil art show, which claims to be the UK's largest permanent street art project. In particular, Nelson Street has received quite the make-over from these talented street artists.

Bristol City Council, Inkie, Team Love, Weapon of Choice and Nelson Street's building owners worked together to put on this incredible event. The works are rich in color and full of life. Some even contain emotional elements that would make you stand back in awe. If you're in the area, be sure to drop by Nelson Street to gaze upon this amazing art!

via [Huffington Post]

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