148. Midland Street (2)

I think that this street and its immediate surroundings are my favourite places for viewing great street art. It is a quiet backwater, and the walls are perfect to spray and easy to photograph.

Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016

This new piece by Deamze is just so good. A wildstyle burner and so much more, just beautifully executed. Deamze manages to get fantastically clean lines and his choice of colours seems to be never ending.

Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016

The crocodile and robot characters just add that little bit extra to this great piece. There is another wonderful burner right next to this one, and once I am certain I know who it is by, I will feature it too.

Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016

8/10

89. Cherry Lane

This is one of several tributes to Mibzy (Mibsy) (King of paint) that can be found in Bristol. More about Mibzy here.

Deamze? Mibzy tribute, Cherry Lane, Bristol, October 2015
Deamze? Mibzy tribute, Cherry Lane, Bristol, October 2015

This ‘burner’ (straightforward lettering or word) is attributed to Bristol artist Deamze, although I am having difficulty confirming it. It has been slapped up on a derelict shop front. Looking at earlier photographs of this tribute on the Interweb, shows just how rapidly this building is crumbling. A forgotten side street, but Mibzy is not forgotten.

6/10