T-Rex, Elton Street, Bristol, April 2022

4425. Elton Street (6)

This is another gorgeous T-Rex piece painted as part of the recent renewal of the high hoardings in Elton Street on the outside wall of the Lost Horizons Arts Centre. T-Rex as always, has produced a very classy dinosaur on a very classy background.

T-Rex, Elton Street, Bristol, April 2022
T-Rex, Elton Street, Bristol, April 2022

Of course, the dinosaur is full of mischief, running off with a stick of dynamite in its hand – I’m not sure what the story is here other than to highlight the naughty character. The pink Tyrannosaurus Rex, which is cleverly positioned in the frame by looking backwards, has all the hallmarks of the artist… strong and solid fill and clean solid outlines. In this particular piece, the background deserves a special mention, providing a forest canopy kind of habitat. Great to see.

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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.

4 thoughts on “4425. Elton Street (6)”

      1. Very nice. will be sure to check that out. As I am new to your site, is there some significance to the numbers on the post and in parenthesis?

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      2. Thank you for reading the post and visiting the blog, it is always really nice when somebody new takes a look. The first number is the sequential number of posts about street art. I try to write two posts a day. The number in brackets is the sequential number of posts from that particular spot. Nothing cryptic or sophisticated, just a cataloguing habit that I haven’t been able to drop. I don’t think anyone has ever asked me that before, so thank you. If you live in or near Bristol and like street/graffiti art then you have come to the right place.

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