Wall Graffiti At Stapleton, Bristol

We were in Stapleton, Bristol early this year and found loads of wall graffiti there. Bristol being a major hub for these, it was but expected. Posting here few of them which we clicked.

Just outside Stapleton Road Station

Just outside Stapleton Road Station

Pangolin, the most trafficked mammal

Pangolin, the most trafficked mammal. At the crossing of Stapleton Road and Robert Street

Opposite the crossing of Stapleton Road and St. Mark's Road

Opposite the crossing of Stapleton Road and St. Mark’s Road

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

Under M32

The subways under M32

The subways under M32

The subways under M32

The subways under M32

The wall of the Stapleton Road Station Platform

The wall of the Stapleton Road Station Platform

7 thoughts on “Wall Graffiti At Stapleton, Bristol

  1. Candy

    So many fun and interesting wall graffiti. It’s so fun to see art instead of nothing when exploring a city. Some cities definitely have way more than others 🙂

  2. Tif

    This is such a fun thing to look out for while traveling!! Every country and town has their own wall art that is fun!

  3. Steph

    Graffiti really amazes me. Half the time I am in awe of their talents and the other half I am wondering how the heck they painted these places without getting caught & how they even managed to put graffiti on such a high building.

  4. Marya

    I personally love the Roo wall graffiti, at first I really thought it was a dog but then the name ensured me that it was actually a kangaroo! 😛

  5. AMBER

    I love Bristol, it is one of my favourite cities and I love the street art. I am not sure I have seen all these walls but I do love banksy hunting in Bristol!

  6. Martina

    Honestly, I havent`t been to Bristol before but it seems this kind of street art is a big plus for this city. It makes the sourrounding really colorfull and gives a positiv vibe – I like it!

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