Deamze, Voyder and Soker, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016

435. Wilder Street (9)

Just once in a while you see a wall and just go ‘wow’. This was one of those walls. Deamze, Voyder and Soker have collaborated before and seem to really go to town when they do. My only regret posting this is that these pictures really don’t do the wall justice, the pinks are absolutely amazing.

Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016

Deamze has a brilliant theme going on with a cartoon character rounding off his moniker. A quick Google search informs me it is from Dexter’s Laboratory – not a cartoon I am familiar with…it’s my age.

 

Voyder is in the middle, as usual, and sprays his signature with those beautiful curving letters. I wonder if their positioning is like the ‘Ant and Dec’ thing where one always has to stand on one side, and the other on the other.

Voyder, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016
Voyder, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016

Joining the work of Voyder and Soker is a ‘tweetie pie’, I’m not sure which of them sprayed it, but it spans the two pieces well.

Soker, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016
Soker, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016

Soker rounds off the triptych with great wildstyle writing that we are used to seeing from such a master. These three pieces together are genuinely breathtaking. Let’s hope these three get together again soon.

Soker, Voyder and Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016
Soker, Voyder and Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 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.

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