Door hung on a wall, Bristol, Thursday doors

Thursday doors

Doors 61.

I am still struggling a little to find new doors, and haven’t done an awful lot of travelling lately, so I have retreated to my safe heartland of graffiti doors because there is never ever a shortage of them in Bristol.

The featured image door and the ones below are something of a curiosity. They appeared back in January 2017 and were attached to some walls in what I thought at the time was an effort to disrupt the work of street/graffiti artists, but I think that they might have been a part of a campaign about homelessness. Either way, they introduced a new dynamic to the Bristol scene and presented a challenge to local artists. The doors remained in situ for many months before disappearing as quickly as they had appeared.

Doors on a Wall, Moon Street, Bristol, January 2017
Doors on a Wall, Moon Street, Bristol, January 2017
Doors on a wall embellished by Ryder sitting over a Mr Klue piece, Bristol, January 2017
Doors on a wall embellished by Ryder sitting over a Mr Klue piece, Bristol, January 2017

The next few doors are classic graffiti doors in Bristol:

Coin-Op Militia, Mr Klue and DNT, Stokes Croft, Bristol, January 2017
Coin-Op Militia, Mr Klue and DNT, Stokes Croft, Bristol, January 2017

Spot the cat…

Door, Leonard Lane, Bristol, January 2018
Door, Leonard Lane, Bristol, January 2018
Heavily tagged door, Stokes Croft, Bristol, November 2017
Heavily tagged door, Stokes Croft, Bristol, November 2017

So that’s your lot for this week, I wish you all the very best until next Thursday.

Let yourself in to a world of doors at: Thursday Doors – Norm 2.0, just follow the frog.

by Scooj

 

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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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