A walking tour of Graffiti in Bristol.
This story was made on a 90 Second Challenge workshop for residents at Dean Crescent Refuge in Bedminster.
Residents collected ideas and photos, and stories were edited in one day during Sept 2005 by residents with support from refuge workers, Watershed staff and volunteers. The stories had to be no more than 90 seconds in length.
This is my grafitti walk around Bristol, starting at the warren of tunnels leading down to St Pauls.
I chat to the camel, then I meet my boyfriend Mark. We walk round St Pauls to the adventure playground. From the adventure playground we walked down underneath, behind the buildings, into the subways leading across to Easton. Underneath the motorway, the art gallery continues.
Banksy’s Rat appears which I have nicknamed “Nibbler”. Mark spotted him and I was able to capture him on camera.
Leaving back down to town, we stopped in for a drink with a friend, Rich. We made our way back to Stokes Croft.
Finally, on our way back, we walked past a famous Banksy picture who is a famous grafitti artist from Bristol.
We had a brilliant tour which we enjoyed thoroughly. The end.
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