Tack Jucker, Brunel Way, Bristol, August 2022

4671. Brunel Way (170)

Tack Jucker, Brunel Way, Bristol, August 2022
Tack Jucker, Brunel Way, Bristol, August 2022

He’s been at it again, and at this rate, Tack Jucker is painting his way into a Natural Adventures gallery. Pretty much half of all the pieces I have seen by Tack Jucker feature apes of some kind, usually with a fairly aggressive facial eexpression, and this new one under Brunel Way falls into that category.

Tack Jucker, Brunel Way, Bristol, August 2022
Tack Jucker, Brunel Way, Bristol, August 2022

The little dots for pupils make this ape appear rather more unhinged than some of the other ones, and I am not sure whether the artist painted them or they are a tagged addition. There is plenty of movement, augmented by the green wisps and threat emanating from the bared teeth of the ape. Overall, this is another fine example of Tack Jucker’s work, which I am really enjoying.

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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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