John D'oh, Gloucester Road, Bristol, December 2021

4149. Gloucester Road

The side wall of Bishopston Tiles has been a bit of a honeypot recently with several fabulous stencils by John D’oh, all with an environmental theme, something that the artist obviously cares about deeply. This sensational tiger stencil must have taken forever to cut and prepare. There are at least four layers that I can see, each using a greyscale tone from black to white.

John D'oh, Gloucester Road, Bristol, December 2021
John D’oh, Gloucester Road, Bristol, December 2021

I might be doing the piece a disservice because there was some text accompanying the wall as a whole reading ‘Extinction is forever – endangered doesn’t have to mean extinct’. So a message of hope and a stencil of high quality and extreme beauty from John D’oh. Still more to come from this magnificent spot.

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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.

3 thoughts on “4149. Gloucester Road”

  1. God’s creation.

    On Thursday, December 30, 2021, Natural adventures wrote:

    > scooj posted: “The side wall of Bishopston Tiles has been a bit of a > honeypot recently with several fabulous stencils by John D’oh, all with an > environmental theme, something that the artist obviously cares about > deeply. This sensational tiger stencil must have taken fo” >

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