Deamze

A collection of street art/graffiti art by Deamze

All photographs taken by Scooj

Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, June 2018
Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, June 2018
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, May 2018
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, May 2018
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2018
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2018
Deamze, Co-Operation Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, Co-Operation Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, Roman Road, Bristol, March 2018
Deamze, Roman Road, Bristol, March 2018
Deamze, The Black Swan, Bristol, February 2018
Deamze, The Black Swan, Bristol, February 2018
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, October 2017
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, October 2017
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, August 2017
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, August 2017
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, November 2017
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, November 2017
Deamze, Moon Street, Bristol, November 2017
Deamze, Moon Street, Bristol, November 2017
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, Bedminster, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, Bedminster, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, M32 Spot, Bristol, September 2017
Deamze, M32 Spot, Bristol, September 2017
Soker, Cheo and Deamze, Church Road, Bristol, September 2017
Soker, Cheo and Deamze, Church Road, Bristol, September 2017
Deamze, New John Street, Bristol, September 2017
Deamze, New Stadium Road, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, New Stadium Road, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, M32 Spot, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, M32 Spot, Bristol, July 2017
Deamze, New Stadium Road, Bristol, June 2017
Deamze, New Stadium Road, Bristol, June 2017
Deamze, Kings Square Avenue, Bristol, April 2017
Deamze, Kings Square Avenue, Bristol, April 2017
Deamze and Voyder, Waterloo Place, Bristol, April 2017
Deamze and Voyder, Waterloo Place, Bristol, April 2017
Deamze, Cowmead Walk, Bristol, December 2016
Deamze, Cowmead Walk, Bristol, December 2016
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, March 2017
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, March 2017
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, January 2017
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, January 2017
Deamze, The Bearpit, Bristol, March 2017
Deamze, The Bearpit, Bristol, March 2017
Deamze, The Bearpit, Bristol, March 2017
Deamze, The Bearpit, Bristol, March 2017
Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, August 2016
Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, August 2016
Deamze, Richmond Road, Bristol, February 2017
Deamze, Richmond Road, Bristol, February 2017
Deamze, Raleigh Road, Bristol, February 2017
Deamze, Raleigh Road, Bristol, February 2017
Deamze, Raleigh Road, Bristol, February 2017
Deamze, Raleigh Road, Bristol, February 2017
Deamze, Old Bread street, Bristol, September 2016
Deamze, Old Bread street, Bristol, September 2016
Deamze, M32 Roundabout, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, December 2016
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, December 2016
Deamze, Dighton Street, Bristol, October 2016
Deamze, Dighton Street, Bristol, October 2016
Deamze, Dighton Street, Bristol, October 2016
Deamze, Dighton Street, Bristol, October 2016
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016
Deamze, Wilder Street, Bristol, September 2016
Deamze, Devon Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, Devon Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, Raleigh Road, Bristol, July 2016
Deamze, Raleigh Road, Bristol, July 2016
Deamze, Old Bread Street, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Old Bread Street, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Brunswick Square, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Brunswick Square, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Lawfords Gate, Bristol, June 2016
Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, Upper York Street, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, The Bearpit, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, The Bearpit, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze and SPZero76 (?), Jubilee Street, Bristol, October 2015
Deamze and SPZero76 (?), Jubilee Street, Bristol, October 2015
Cheo Silent Hobo and Deamze, Frogmore Street, Bristol, July 2015
Cheo Silent Hobo and Deamze, Frogmore Street, Bristol, July 2015
Deamze, King Square Avenue, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, King Square Avenue, Bristol, April 2016
Deamze, King Square Avenue, Bristol, February 2016
Deamze, King Square Avenue, Bristol, February 2016
Deamze and Georgina Anton, Old Bread Street, Bristol, November 2015
Deamze and Georgina Anton, Old Bread Street, Bristol, November 2015
Deamze? Mibzy tribute, Cherry Lane, Bristol, October 2015
Deamze? Mibzy tribute, Cherry Lane, Bristol, October 2015
Deamze, Devon Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, Devon Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, M32 roundabout, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Jubilee Street, Bristol, November 2015
Deamze, Jubilee Street, Bristol, November 2015
Jon5, Silent Hobo, Sepr, Deamze and Dotcom, Stokes Croft, Bristol, September 2015
Jon5, Silent Hobo, Sepr, Deamze and Dotcom, Stokes Croft, Bristol, September 2015
Deamze, Ames and Skank, Stokes Croft, Bristol, January 2016
Deamze, Ames and Skank, Stokes Croft, Bristol, January 2016
Voyder and Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, October 2015
Voyder and Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, October 2015
Deamze, Ashley Road, Bristol, November 2015
Deamze, Ashley Road, Bristol, November 2015
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016
Deamze, Midland Street, Bristol, March 2016

 

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1579. Norfolk Place (3)

Oh, will this gorgeous weather never end? It is causing havoc with my photographs!

No prizes for guessing who this glorious piece is by, it is of course Deamze, the master of wildstyle writing accompanied by a cartoon character.

Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, June 2018
Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, June 2018

The Character in this piece is a rather worse-for-wear looking Batman with the obligatory spray can. Even though the work is on a textured surface, the piece is crisp and clean.

Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, June 2018
Deamze, Norfolk Place, Bristol, June 2018

Deamze uses several writing styles in his work, and this one incorporates his zig-zaggy shapes that make up the letters D E A M Z. A lovely fresh piece for the summer.

1515. M32 roundabout J3 (82)

This is what Deamze specialises in, a fantastically intricate piece of writing accompanied by a cartoon character. In this piece, which was painted at the recent ASK crew paint jam, Deamze makes full use of bold primary colours – something not often seen in my experience of graffiti/street art.

 

I think this is a really sharp piece, beautifully executed, as if we should expect anything less. I don’t really know who the character is, he looks familiar but I can’t place him. Google searches failed me on this occasion.

 

This is a bright piece which looks amazing on this section of wall and the pictures with tree cover add that little something special. Fine work.

1487. M32 cycle path (13)

It feels like it has been a very long while since I saw anything new from Deamze, so this piece came as a long-awaited pleasure. In one of his favourite spots (I’m not sure anyone else sprays this wall) alongside the M32 he has created one of his most riotously colourful pieces to date.

Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2018
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2018

On the left hand side we see a fabulously intricate and sophisticated piece of wildstyle writing, spelling out DEAM, and on the right a trademark cartoon from this brilliant artist.

Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2018
Deamze, M32 cycle path, Bristol, May 2018

Often the characters that Deamze recreates are from ’70s to ’90s TV shows, but I just can’t make out who this one is, and there isn’t a lot to go on to ‘Google it’ either. The whole thing is very refreshing and a reminder of just how good some of the Bristol street artists are.

1381. Co-Operation Road

I took this picture on election day a couple of years back. The result of this photograph was great, the election result rather less so. I remember it was a gorgeous day, and I had been tipped-off about a whole load of great street art in Devon Road, Easton. I was not disappointed. Then at the top of the road was this beautiful wall piece by Deamze. A really classy piece it is too.

Deamze, Co-Operation Road, Bristol, May 2016
Deamze, Co-Operation Road, Bristol, May 2016

I haven’t been back there for a while now, and don’t know if this is still there. I guess I ought to get myself over to Easton soon to take a look. Deamze at his creative best.

1373. Roman Road

In the depths of Easton is this Deamze piece on a cafe wall. I have known about it for some time, but parking in this particular spot is utterly impossible, and it is onluy recently that I have been able to do so and grab a couple of pics. Unfortunately, and because of the parking issues in the area, there is a car obscuring the wall.

Deamze, Roman Road, Bristol, March 2018
Deamze, Roman Road, Bristol, March 2018

I have a feeling this piece has been around for a while, but I still thought I’d post it. It reminds me of the craze for colouring books, as it appears to be unfinished, however i can assure you it is complete. I love the character, but am not sure who it is. There is a tribute to Dom, which dates it to within the last 18 months or so. Always a pleasure to find pieces off the beaten track.

1343. The Black Swan

I have driven past this piece by Deamze many, many times, but never been able to stop and photograph it. At last I managed to do just that, but in the meantime I think the piece has faded a little. It has been exposed to the elements and has suffered from being on the kerbside of a busy street.

Deamze, The Black Swan, Bristol, February 2018
Deamze, The Black Swan, Bristol, February 2018

The piece is outside the Black Swan in Stapleton Road and is a bit of a landmark. Here we find then trademark character and writing work so typical of the endless skill of this artist. I’m not too sure who the character is, but something from the depths of my memory is saying ‘wally gator’. Of course the mind is a fickle beast and I may have this completely wrong. A nice piece.