Aspire to be a See No Evil artist
ASPIRING street artists have the chance to join some of the industry's biggest names by creating a piece of work for Nelson Street.
Dozens of the world-renowned artists came together to paint the city centre street for See No Evil this year and already thoughts are turning to next year.
New York-based artist Mark Bode, Conor Harrington, and Bristol's own Inkie and Nick Walker were some of those involved in the project, which took place in August, and which is now Europe's biggest art gallery.
Red Bull has joined forces with See No Evil to offer a chance for the next generation of street artists to take inspiration from the project and have their art featured alongside their heroes. Aspiring artists have the chance to share a space on the infamous street in Bristol with some of the UK's best street artists at See No Evil 2013 by submitting a single piece of artwork to impress judges, the See No Evil Curators, no later than October 26.
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Mike Bennett, organiser of See No Evil, said: "The pieces created over the week will create a legacy for the project and a destination for urban art fans from all over the world. We're working with Red Bull to inspire the next generation of artists and give them the opportunity to work alongside the world's best at See No Evil 2013."
Visit www.redbull.co.uk/seenoevil for entry details.