Fiver, St Andrews Road, Bristol, December 2016

693. St Andrews Road (2)

On a walk to the Montpelier area of Bristol a little while back, I came across this interesting piece by Fiver aka Henry Barnes. It doesn’t get much more Bristol than spraying a Wallace and Gromit piece on your garage door as a nice way to encourage people not to park in front of it.

Fiver, St Andrews Road, Bristol, December 2016
Fiver, St Andrews Road, Bristol, December 2016

There is no doubting Fiver’s skill, and this is a nice piece. However, he is another Bristol artist who appears to have been under my radar, and this is the first of his pieces that I have featured. I think he tends to do a lot of work using existing characters from cartoons. On doing a bit of research, I found this nice article about how he proposed to his girlfriend in front of a piece he sprayed of her favourite characters. All good.


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

2 thoughts on “693. St Andrews Road (2)”

  1. I was in Montpelier today. I must have passed within spitting distance but didn’t know it was there. I’ll put it on the list for the next Bristol visit. I went to the station to get some more pic of the Silent Hobo mural as the ones I took a few years ago were pretty crap.

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    1. Yes, this Road is a bit out of the way, and not on the usual street art circuit. The mural in Montpelier Station is great. I still haven’t posted about it yet, but will do one day.

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