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By Sam Rkaina / s.rkaina@bepp.co.uk

 

More than 16,000 people turned out to see the See No Evil street exhibition in just one day, organisers believe.

People of all ages went to Nelson Street in the city centre on Saturday, to see what could become Bristol’s latest tourist attraction.

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By Sam Rkaina and Karen Purnell / s.rkaina@bepp.co.uk

ORGANISERS of the See No Evil graffiti exhibition in Bristol city centre expect thousands to turn out to see it today.

More than 70 artists have been working around the clock to transform most of the buildings in Nelson Street into Europe’s biggest outdoor street exhibition.

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By Dan Evans / d.evans@bepp.co.uk

A WELL-KNOWN part of the city is quickly becoming a Mecca for street artists as an off-the-wall project continues at pace.

The three-day event See No Evil, which has turned Nelson Street and Christmas Street into a giant canvas of colour, was officially launched Thursday night.

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By Sam Rkaina, Local Government Reporter / s.rkaina@bepp.co.uk

 

A PROJECT to turn one of Bristol’s drabbest streets into a giant canvas is capturing the imagination of street artists.

Up to 75 spray painters have been at work on the See No Evil project today – three times more than originally planned.

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By Sam Rkaina, Local Government Reporter / s.rkaina@bepp.co.uk

A VACANT landmark building in Bristol city centre is to be taken over by musicians and film makers as part of Europe’s biggest street art event.

The former Royal Sun Alliance building in Colston Street is the latest addition to the “See No Evil” art project, which seeks to promote all that is best about Bristol art and music.

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