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See No Evil Project Part 2 Bristol
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The See No Evil project is the biggest permanent street art project in Europe. Located in Nelson Street Bristol, it features some of the worlds leading street artists and has some of the worlds largest scale paintings.

Copyright: Andrew Cole
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Resolution: 10124x5062
Hochgeladen: 11/09/2011
Aktualisiert: 10/10/2014
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Tags: nelson street; street art; bristol
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