See No Evil 2012 - Street Art Festival Photos
We have finally found time to uploaded our photographs from the awesome SeeNoEvil 2012 festival in Bristol. Having missed the 2011 edition of the festival we made a last minute decision to visit this year and jumped on a early train the morning of the festival. With funding and support from the Arts Council, London 2012 Festival and Bristol City Council we had high expectations for this years event and the weekend certainly didn't disapoint.
It's been about three years since we were last in Bristol and we forgot how much we love the city, the people and of course all the street art and graffiti!. Looking back through the photos we took, we realised we were having such a good time we actually forgot to photography much of what we saw at SeeNoEvil. We assume most of the work created for SeeNoEvil will stay up for the best part of a year or at least until next years festival, so we guess it's another excuse for us to visit Bristol at some point.
Shouts out to all the organisers and artists involved in this years event, who despite the heavy downpours throughout the week in the run-up still made this years festival great. A massive thanks to the mighty What Collective: 45RPM, Richt, Gumbo, Oath for keeping us entertained all weekend, we look forward to SeeNoEvil2013! Have a look at our full set of photographs below:
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