Rusk, M32 cycle path, Bristol, February 2020

2805. M32 cycle path (52)

One of the most consistent writers in Bristol is Rusk, always meticulous in the turnout of his pieces. This is a gorgeous example of his great work on the M32 cycle path, adjacent to an already featured piece from Soker.

Rusk, M32 cycle path, Bristol, February 2020
Rusk, M32 cycle path, Bristol, February 2020

The letter shapes are most pleasing and the blue 3D shading contrasts beautifully with the chrome letters and red gaseous background. This wall is no push-over as it conceals a metal door, so the surfaces are pretty uneven and made of different materials, not that you’d know it from looking at it. Rusk is pretty busy just at the moment, which is a very good thing as far as I am concerned.

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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 “2805. M32 cycle path (52)”

  1. You know what Stephen? I am of such low-vision that without your description or commentary I would miss most of the finer nuances of these pieces of art and I appreciate the time and meticulous care you take to provide descriptions, backgrounds, methods. provenance and character. Even tough I have self-exiled myself from my hometown for many years I am still proud to claim my Bristolian beginnings, In my work many of the people I encounter daily ask where I am from. I always mention the city of Bristol and its great art culture. If the opportunity arises and I determine they are bloggers I always refer them to blogsites they might like following. Yours included . Thankyou for your great effort and persistence. Ruben enjoy your walks of discovery; Bristol in eminently worth the many sniffs!


    1. Thank you so much for the comment, the feedback is invaluable and certainly makes writing this blog so worthwhile. I began writing about street art because when I first got interested in it there was so little information out there, and for the curious mind it was a frustrating situation, so I decided to fill the gap. I write for all interests from novice to expert (the experts often correct my incorrect assumptions) to paint a picture of the street art scene in Bristol. Thank you so much for reading.


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