Gatton Road Wall

The Gatton Road Wall is situated along the M32 in St. Werburghs, when you drive into Bristol on your right.

Imagine a city without corporate advertising – August 2017

See its sister mural on the Bearpit Cube here. For more information on this topic, read about creating a city free of corporate outdoor advertising, and why our city is well placed to become an example of best practice.

No Is Not Enough – Positive Action Now! Bristol Welcomes Naomi Klein July 1st

Read more about this mural here.

Racism Won’t Trump Our Unity

Following the large anti-Trump rally in Bristol on Saturday, Bristol street artists joined forces to paint a piece overlooking the M32 in St Werburgh’s. The 90-metre mural went up in February 2017. Read more about it here.

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