Last weekend team Fused headed down to Bristol to check out the 2nd See No Evil – a large-scale event that sees 30 renowned street artists from around the world invited to paint on the sides of buildings on and around a city center street. Attended by thousands the free event attracts casual enthusiasts and street art fanatics from across the globe. (Image of a beautiful piece by ROA who paints amazing animal images on buildings).
Part of the weekend (Saturday and Sunday) included Hear No Evil – a US style Bloc Party that sees Nelson Street closed down to traffic and completely pedestrianised with sound systems set up for DJ’s.
Friday’s Mail, Maps and Motion saw Bristol’s huge passenger shed transformed in to an amazing sound and art space for a magnificent performance of film, VJ’ing and live music staged via a large-scale cube of projection screens.
Birmingham’s Lucy McLaughlan distinctive work
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Mr Jago (image courtesy Ian Cox)