Deamze, Voyder and Soker, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016

301. Lawfords Gate

Well, well, well. It is difficult to know what to say about this triptych other than, in Bristol street art terms, it is close to perfect. The collaborators are Deamze, Voyder and Soker, who I think quite often work together like this – I have an old post from Midland Street in which they collaborated with spectacular results.

This is big and eye-catching but I didn’t know it was here; it caught my eye as I was driving past on 11 June 2016. Sometimes you find a piece that just makes you happy. This was one of those finds.

Each part of the collaboration is beautifully worked, and all three artists are extremely accomplished. I will cease with the words and simply allow you to feast your eyes on the images below. Enjoy.

Deamze, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Voyder, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Voyder, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Voyder, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Voyder, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Soker, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Soker, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Soker, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Soker, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

5 thoughts on “301. Lawfords Gate”

  1. I was lucky to see this when I was in Bristol recently. The guy in the hotdog onesie with the ketchup + mustard stripes appearing to be drawn on is genius.

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