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30 Jaw-Dropping Pieces Of Bristol Street Art

There's more to us than Banksy.

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19. The Old Bookshop, North Street, Bedminster

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Artist: Sokar Uno. Visit his Facebook page here.

Check out the beautiful use of colour and shade on the side of this Bedminster cocktail bar and venue.

20. Duke of York, St Werburghs

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Artist: Alex Mack. Visit her Facebook page here.

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.

25. Thekla, The Grove, Bristol City Centre

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Artist: Inkie. Visit his Facebook page here.

A brand new work from a Bristol street-art original on the rejuvenated floating nightclub Thekla.

26. Nine Tree Hill, Stokes Croft

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Artist: Fois.

There are big, contrasting colours on this multi-sectioned piece set back from the kerb on this historic and ever-changing street.

28. Stokes Croft

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Artist: Dan Kitchener. Visit his Facebook page here.

A stunning street mural of light and colour reflecting the atmosphere of its location, a short walk from the Bear Pit roundabout.

Big thanks to Upfest for their suggestions.

Upfest, Europe's largest street art and graffiti festival, will be held in Bristol in July 2015. To find out more, visit upfest.co.uk.

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