RZA and Enn Kay, Brunel Way, Bristol, February 2022

4312. Brunel Way (147)

Because I go out about three times a week, walking the dog in some of the easy-access graffiti spots, it is inevitable that I will meet artists from time to time. Now that the weather is improving and the days are getting longer, I expect to meet more while they are actually painting.

RZA and Enn Kay, Brunel Way, Bristol, February 2022
RZA and Enn Kay, Brunel Way, Bristol, February 2022

I was lucky enough to bump in to RZA and Enn Kay while they were painting this small collaboration. Stopping to chat with them was a real pleasure as both artists took time to chew the fat with me. I think that this might be the first piece I have posted from RZA, although I know I have others in my archive. Enn Kay is, of course, no stranger to the pages of Natural Adventures, in spite of the fact that he has only been spraying walls since the back end of last year.

RZA and Enn Kay, Brunel Way, Bristol, February 2022
RZA and Enn Kay, Brunel Way, Bristol, February 2022

This chirpy collaboration features an ‘octopus’ type monster from Enn Kay sitting alongside a face in a white burst breakout box (is the best way I can describe it). Enn Kay, in particular, is rapidly establishing himself in the Bristol scene with both his creativity and his productivity. Watch this space for more from these two.

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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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