'See No Evil' - Awesome Bristol Street Art
Check out this short documentary looking at the 'See No Evil' event and the rise of the global street art movement. The 'See No Evil' event took place in Bristol over the summer and saw 72 street artists including some of the biggest names in graffiti descended on Nelson Street to create a massive outdoor street art gallery.
The documentary features interviews with some of the street artists involved including Inkie, Tats Cru, El Mac, Nick Walker, Shoe, Xenz, China Mike and Paris. Over the course of a week the street artists used over 13,400 cans of spray paint to create the huge murals, some up to 10 storey's high.
The film was produced by Hurricane Media with the support of Bristol City Council to serve as a lasting legacy to the project.
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