Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017

889. Lower Approach Road (4)

This is a magnificent piece down on the black hoardings beside Temple Meads station by Lokey. His work is really beautiful and the 3D writing that he creates is so very easy on the eye.

Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017
Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017

A different take on wildstyle writing, Lokey never fails to impress. In this particular piece his colour selections work really well with the black background, and the way he has shaded the letters with graded greens adds another level of texture to the piece.

Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017
Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017

As with so many writers, he has included a little character to the right of the writing. The character is a beautifully sprayed robot whose edges are highlighted by the ‘glow’ coming from the letters. Masterful work.

Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017
Lokey, Lower Approach Road, Bristol, July 2017

Taking a close up look at his lettering gives a real appreciation of the technical skills needed to create the 3D effect. A lovely piece.

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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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