Once I start posting about an artist, it seems that I find more of their work on both the streets and in my archives, and this is definitely the case with Krops. I don’t know why it took me so long to post any of his work, probably because there is simply so much choice in Bristol that it becomes difficult to post everything.
Anyhow, this is a classic piece of Krops work, that has probably been around for quite a while, incorporating a character in the middle of his KROPS letters. The star of the show is the Pink Panther character, and Krops has carried the pink theme through to his letters, the whole piece set off nicely on a light blue background.
As part of a recent paint jam, the walls of the Dare To nightclub were given something of a stupendous makeover and would be the envy of many a building in Bristol. This piece was one of four on this elevation and is by Inkie.
It would seem that Inkie is spending a lot of time in the Bristol area at the moment and is hitting a lot of walls. I can’t think of a time when I have seen so many new pieces from him in such a short space of time. We are being spoilt. This is a particularly nice one in pink, featuring the one and only Pink Panther. A real beauty and so typically Inkie if you know what I mean.