Skor85, Leonard Lane, Bristol, January 2018

1255. Leonard Lane (14)

Leonard Lane is one of my favourite spots. somehow it feels more exclusive than some of the other more popular spots, and it is tucked away in the deepest heart of old Bristol. The Lane has become more popular with ‘established’ artists in recent weeks, with both Decay and John D’oh making themselves at home in this narrow space.

Skor85, Leonard Lane, Bristol, January 2018
Skor85, Leonard Lane, Bristol, January 2018

Now it is the turn of Skor85 and this curious piece. What I like about her work is its dream-like stories that unfold in front of you. This one involves two people rather happy about something and high fiving. Meanwhile, the lady with her bunny ballet outfit brandishes a cutlass and the man is holding a dead rabbit. What on earth… . It doesn’t matter. I love this piece, which is nicely framed too. It would be great to see more of this kind of work in the heavily tagged lane.


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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 “1255. Leonard Lane (14)”

  1. I by-passed Leonard Lane when I was there last week so missed this one. Never mind. Not sure if you know or not but there is a paint jam @ the Bearpit on Sunday afternoon – Somebody posted it on FaceBook – Georgie I think so will probably shoot down again next week to get pix of whatever survives and do the M32 & StW etc.

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    1. Hey that is a good tip off. Georgie organised one last April/May, but the turnout wasn’t great, hope it is better this time. Might try and get down there on Sunday.


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