Rezwonk, Hepburn Road, Bristol, January 2020

2723. Hepburn Road (13)

This little lane, locally known as Crack Alley due to it being at the epicentre of the illegal drugs trade until it was cleaned up about two years ago, is always worth  a little visit because every now and then some little gems turn up.

Rezwonk, Hepburn Road, Bristol, January 2020
Rezwonk, Hepburn Road, Bristol, January 2020

Rezwonk is not exactly what you’d call  shy about getting his graffiti writing out there, and there is barely a spot in Bristol that hasn’t had ‘Rezer’ emblazoned on it over the past year or two. This looks like a bit of a ‘quick one’, although even this is nicely finished. I think it is the zig-zag fills that make it look like a bit of a throw up, but it is rather more sophisticated than that.

Just to then right of the piece you can see the word Millhouse which I think refers to the piece to the left by Slakarts (posted a few days ago) which resembles Millhouse from the Simpsons. It all makes sense now.

Lobe, Hepburn Road, Bristol, January 2020
Lobe, Hepburn Road, Bristol, January 2020

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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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