Tack Jucker, Cumberland basin, Bristol, October 2021

4041. Cumberland Basin

And here is yet another fine piece from Tack Jucker, the artist who just keeps on giving. This wonderful Macaw parrot head is so striking… it is big and bold and quite an unusual thing to see on the Bristol scene. Funnily enough, I would normally expect to see a piece like this painted on a buffed wall, but somehow just sticking it over other graffiti seems to work really well.

I know that Tack works from sketches and photographs and I imagine that this is probably taken from a stock photograph online. There is nothing wrong with that, Aspire does the same thing with his birds, and you can often find the Googled picture he has used.

Tack Jucker, Cumberland basin, Bristol, October 2021
Tack Jucker, Cumberland basin, Bristol, October 2021

This is another lovely piece from this relative newcomer to Bristol, and I am loving his work.

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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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