There’s more to us than Banksy.
A vibrant and multi-coloured mural across the side of one of North Street’s pubs.
An enormous breakdancing Jesus on the side of one of Bristol’s arts and music hubs.
A multi-artist work on the sides of this old cinema.
Artist: Burning Candy Crew. See more of the collective’s work here.
Signature colour-work from this east London collective in Bristol.
A piece in a maritime-tobacco-tin style: Bristolian perfection covering an entire wall.
Industrial and robotic craziness from a Turin-based street artist.
A stunning galloping horse made up of south Bristol’s most iconic buildings.
Bucolic brilliance in the glorious beer garden of this pub.
The Zase vs Dekor Turtle race is in a residential area, visible from the M32 near Ikea.
Artist: Andrew Burns Colwill.
The mysterious Bristol crocodile and friend get an outing against a deliciously delicate backdrop.
Multiple pieces of stunningly lifelike large-scale art inside this building.
Artist: El Mac.
There’s incredible detail in this monumental piece by Los Angeles artist El Mac.
Local vibrancy captured at the heart of one of Bristol’s greatest communities.
Terrific detail and sunny styling in one of Whiteladies Road’s most popular pubs.
“Vandal” is a piece that towers over Nelson Street and pours down on to the pavement below.
An incredible use of a small space to make a big piece come to life.
Artist: Mariusz Waras.
A huge-scale industrial mural depicting Bristol’s mechanical past, from the M-City project.
Artists: 3-DOM and VOYDER.
A striking collaborative work created high on a building on Stokes Croft.
Check out the beautiful use of colour and shade on the side of this Bedminster cocktail bar and venue.
A “Grand Old Duke of York”-inspired mural by Alex Mack, created after she won the owner of this pub’s competition to design a piece.
A gorgeous astrological mural covering the entirety of this backpacker hostel.
This warehouse door is characteristic of the artist, who often depicts eyes.
A collaborative work between two artists with different illustrative styles on two sides of a house.
A stunning mix of two artists’ styles wrap around this iconic Stokes Croft building.
A brand new work from a Bristol street-art original on the rejuvenated floating nightclub Thekla.
There are big, contrasting colours on this multi-sectioned piece set back from the kerb on this historic and ever-changing street.
An almost shop-window-style mural on the side of this modern building, off Dean Street in St Pauls.
A stunning street mural of light and colour reflecting the atmosphere of its location, a short walk from the Bear Pit roundabout.
Bringing Bogota to Bristol, this blazing wall of colour faces out from a residential street.
A full-scale mural on a sizeable Victorian building, full of detail and melancholy.