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Release: Nick Walker - The Last Ride Print

Nick Walker (check the studio visit here) will have a new print on sale on Monday 12th October at 3.30pm DST UK time,  entitled  67 more words


48. Charlotte Street, above Vincenzo's

This mural by Nick Walker probably gets more exposure than most in Bristol, simply by virtue of being visible from Park Street and it’s incredibly high retail foot-fall. 65 more words


Children of the Can: 25 Years of Bristol Graffiti. Felix Braun (author). Steve Wright (author). Richard Jones (editor).

Cover From 2008 Edition:

Published 2008. Tangent Publishing (Independent Bristol publisher). 288 pages. Exploration of the graffiti found in Bristol from the 80’s onward.

From the book: 165 more words

Some Reading

40. Quay Street (1)

This central Bristol location was host to the ‘See no Evil’ event in 2011. One of the most striking murals of the event was the gentleman in a bowler hat dripping paint from  a tin, on the side of one of the many tired grey blocks in the area. 83 more words


This week, in the jungle… Vol. 16

I do believe that autumn is upon us! I recently saw pumpkin spice lattes being advertised outside Starbucks. The leaves are on the turn here and despite it not raining, the days have taken a long time to warm up with very chilly mornings (I’m sitting at my desk in my coat with a cup of tea as I write this…). 519 more words


29. High Kingsdown (2)

Only a stone’s throw away from the new Unify stencil, is a memorable work by one of Bristol’s most celebrated street artists.

Nick Walker was born in 1969 (which makes him almost as old as me) and has become a world famous artist, having emerged from the Bristol graffiti scene in the early 1980s. 82 more words


Studio Visit: Nick Walker

Ahead of his upcoming solo show ‘Entrophy’ at Above Second Gallery in Hong Kong, we popped by the studio of Bristol artist Nick Walker. 140 more words