Cort, M32 cyc;e path, Bristol, August 2020

3162. M32 Cycle path (76)

Cort is an artist who appears to slip under the radar a bit in the street art community. His pieces don’t often appear on Instagram and he isn’t often talked about. I guess his graffiti writing is sometimes overlooked when painted adjacent to PADY crew member Laic217, whose pieces may ‘steal the show’ a little because of their vibrance. Nonetheless, this quiet and modest artist cracks out some really nice pieces like this one on the M32 cycle path.

Cort, M32 cyc;e path, Bristol, August 2020
Cort, M32 cyc;e path, Bristol, August 2020

Cort’s writing is unusual and assymetrical and the way he presents his colours and shadings is rather unconventional, but in being so also makes his work very distinctive. In this piiece I particularly like the yellow lines and rings and the orange and white circles both of which are regular motifs used by Cort. Note to self – time for a Cort gallery soon.

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scooj

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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