Over the space of three days street artists from all over the world, which included New York’s Tats Cru, Los Angeles’s El Mac and Bristol’s Nick Walker, took to Nelson Street in Bristol and turned it into the largest permanent urban art display in Europe. Bristol, spiritual home of Banksy, is considered by many to be the centre of urban art in the UK. The culmination of See No Evil saw the street closed to traffic, astro turf laid, and a contemporary street party thrown as an opening and celebration of the event.
Recent work by Bristol photographer Adam Gasson. Images shot on Canon 5D III cameras with Profoto lighting.