See No Evil - Ozuki Films

 

Ozuki Films brings another great video about the See No Evil Festival in Bristol UK. Artists included New York based muralists, Tats Cru whose aerosol based work is dubbed to have ‘changed the perception of graffiti as art’ and LA artist El Mac whose work is prolific across every continent. As well as the US contingent, artists from France, Holland, Spain and Brazil will also bring their own unique styles to Bristol. Bristol born Inkie, one of the most notorious and prolific graffiti artists to emerge out of the 80’s Bristol scene will be joined by a raft of UK artists including Zeus, Paris, Acer and Nick Walker.

 

 

This August Bristol was the setting for one of the most ambitious urban art projects in the world. Between August 18th-20th, some of the world’s leading street artists took over Nelson Street in the heart of the city, as part of the new international arts event, See No Evil.

 

Bristol has long been the centre for urban art in the UK and now hosts a project that created some of the world’s largest scale paintings. Over twenty internationally renowned artists took up residency in Bristol city centre as part of a free, three day long arts and music event.

 

Artists included New York based muralists, Tats Cru whose aerosol based work is dubbed to have ‘changed the perception of graffiti as art’ and LA artist El Mac whose work is prolific across every continent. As well as the US contingent, artists from France, Holland, Spain and Brazil will also bring their own unique styles to Bristol. Bristol born Inkie, one of the most notorious and prolific graffiti artists to emerge out of the 80’s Bristol scene will be joined by a raft of UK artists including Zeus, Paris, Acer and Nick Walker.

 

See No Evil ended with a Block Party curated by local crew Team Love, which celebrated the best of Bristol’s art and music culture with live street painting, bands and DJ’s, cartoon drawing, screen printing, a pop up barber shop and fancy dress emporium, street theatre and street dressing with a mini garden area stretching along the length of Nelson Street.