Streetofsoul and Dinero DIY, M32 Spot, Bristol, December 2021

4133. M32 Spot (127)

Christmas is supposed to be a quiet time at work, but it isn’t. I have been as busy as ever, and early starts rather disrupts my blog post writing routine. This post has had to wait until I have packed away my laptop, but I hope it is worth the waiting for.

Streetofsoul and Dinero DIY, M32 Spot, Bristol, December 2021
Streetofsoul and Dinero DIY, M32 Spot, Bristol, December 2021

The original and creative piece will be a delight for anyone who still enjoys vinyl and is a representation (a very good one at that) of a 45 rpm 7 inch single ‘Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) by Frank Wilson. The artists who created the piece are Streetofsoul and Dinero DIY, and I believe they have already dopped another single elsewhere in the city.

Streetofsoul and Dinero DIY, M32 Spot, Bristol, December 2021
Streetofsoul and Dinero DIY, M32 Spot, Bristol, December 2021

The piece is so realistic, it absolutely looks like a giant vinyl record had been left on the ground. I haven’t seen anything like this before, and I think it is brilliant, introducing a whole new concept and idea to street art. Watch this space for more  like this one.

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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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