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Pictures: Graffiti artists transform Bristol street

See No Evil art event has brought top artists from around the world to transform a Bristol street.
Top graffiti talent from around the world have come to the city for Europe's largest street art project.
Graffiti artists in Bristol take photos of their work.
The art project is called See No Evil and is going to make a big change to a street of dull old buildings.
Graffiti artist spray paints a wall with an outline projected on.
The artists are using cranes to lift them up to the tops of the buildings so that their art can be seen from far away!
Graffiti artists in cranes being lifted to reach the tops of high rise buildings in Bristol.
Check out these amazing pictures of graffiti artists in action in Bristol.
Two graffiti artists look at their painting of a baby in Bristol.
Hope they've got a head for heights! Organisers hope that the art will become a big tourist attraction when it's finished.
Two graffiti artists look at their painting of a mother holding a baby in Bristol.
They also hope that by showing how good graffiti can be people might think twice before judging it in the future.
Three graffiti artists on a crane spray paint a wall of a high rise building in Bristol.
It's going to take six long days to transform the street into a huge art gallery.
Two graffiti artists spray paint the wall of a high rise building in Bristol.
The murals will stay up for at least one year but organisers hope that if people like them they can stay for longer!
Two graffiti artists on a crane spray paint the top of a high rise building in Bristol.