Ryder, L Dub, Bristol, June 2020

3010. L Dub (18)

L Dub (Lawrence Weston) is a funny old spot. Only a few of the Bristol artists venture out to paint there and some of the artists that paint there such as Dun Sum rarely paint in central Bristol. It is secluded and out of the way and so is favoured by artists practising in the gloom of the tunnels.

Ryder, L Dub, Bristol, June 2020
Ryder, L Dub, Bristol, June 2020

This is a wonderful piece of writing from RAW’s Ryder and really demonstrates why he is such a hightly regarded writer on the Bristol scene. The letters are beautifully proportioned  and consistent and the pink and red fill almost magical, but it is the yellow 3D shading that really makes the piece stand out. Very nice work indeed.

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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.

9 thoughts on “3010. L Dub (18)”

  1. I was really struck by these letters – for the reasons you say. I don’t know what is written, but that makes it more mysterious! 😀
    Lovely to see your dog too, sporting his summer coat. 😀 Can’t remember his name – Rufus?

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      1. Ah – Ruben! Sorry about that! I did visit your Blog to try and find out, but it doesn’t load very well on my laptop as pages overlap, so no luck.
        And at 32C I’m not surprised Ruben wouldn’t mind a visit to the groomers! 😀

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