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We are here: HANGFIRE, 49 North Street, Bedminster, Bristol. BS3 1EN

Opening Times: Thursday - Saturday 11:00 - 17:00. Sunday 11:00 - 15:00

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49 North Street
Bedminster, BS3 1EN

+44 (0)117 329 3553

HANGFIRE is a Bristol based art gallery and design studio specialising in graffiti art, street art and contemporary art styles. We create internal and external murals, large format printing, branding and graphic decoration. We have a wide selection of original artwork, prints, clothing, magazines and spray paint in stock to shop online or in store. 

SEE NO EVIL 2012: BRISTOL GRAFFITI PROJECT

SEE NO EVIL 2012

See No Evil was a Bristol based, semi-permanent street art project featuring some of the biggest names in the industry including; Mark Bode, Conor Harrington, INSA, Lyken, Nick Walker and Nychos. This incredible art installation culminated in a huge New York style Block Party, as thousands partied the day away on Saturday 18th August, on Nelson Street, Bristol. 
Rad times we had and we met some amazing people. Below are a few images documenting this event.

SEE NO EVIL 2012

See No Evil was a semi-permanent street art project featuring some of the biggest names in the industry including Mark Bode, SICKBOY, CHU, Conor Harrington, INSA, Lyken, Nick Walker, Nychos. This incredible art installation culminated in a huge New York style Block Party as thousands partied the day away on Saturday 18th August. 
 

Rad times were had and we met some amazing people. Below are a few images documenting this event.

"Arrangements were made by Inkie for the repainting of the street in August 2012, as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad accompanying the Summer Olympics and Paralympics, with support from Bristol City Council, the Arts Council and London 2012 Festival as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad and Bristol University. See No Evil 2012 began on 13 August when 45 selected (both local and international) artists, wielding 3,500 cans of spray paint and 700 litres of paint. Once again the event took place on Nelson Street, a one-way bus and taxi lane known for its depressingly grey concrete walls (including a 12 story office block and a police station) over the course of 7 days – with the permission of the owners. Three works from the 2011 event's 72 pieces were saved by the public vote, via an internet poll allowing people to voice their opinions on preferred works, those being the suited man pouring a tin of red paint, the wolf boy, and the woman and child; painted by Nick Walker, Aryz and El Mac respectively. See No Evil at Nelson Street will remain Europe's largest open air street art gallery, bringing an inner city street to life with huge murals until next summer. Some of the artists (including ManOne and Vyal One, FLX One and Dones and Limited Press) in the same week also created work on hoardings around Bristol Temple Meads Enterprise Zone."

 

FULL LIST OF ARTISTS:

Cheo, Mr.Riks, Haka, Lokey, Silent Hobo, Devas, Ryder, Poster, Ames, Sigh and Molar, FLX ONE, DONES, Werc Alvarez, Man One, Vyal One, Andy Council, She One, Kuildoosh, Stik, AcerOne, Dicy, Feek, Xenz, Eko, Paris, Aji, SOKER, Limited Press collective, Kashink, Mr Jago, Lucy Mcauchlan, L'Atlas, Nychos, Conor Harrington, CANTWO, SATONE, Mark Bode, CHU, M-CITY, Seize, Chase, China Mike, SICKBOY, Mark Lyken, ROA, Pixel Pancho, Hannah, Inkie, 45RPM, RichT.