Europe's largest graffiti festival hit Bristol this weekend leaving the streets decorated with vibrant murals; taking place in the Bedminster and Southville areas, Upfest attracted more than 250 Artists from 25 countries.
Crowds were invited to watch as renowned street artists like Guy Denning, Martin Ron and even the world famous Thierry Noir painted live on 30,000 square feet of surfaces. The estimated 27,000 visitors were also able to enjoy live music, street food and free workshops.
The city has an outstanding reputation for street art with areas like Stokes Croft, Gloucester Road and North Street featuring large urban masterpieces. Spanish artist Aryz's contribution to the "see no evil" collection in 2011 on North Street has become a major tourist attraction and Bristol is thought of as the hometown of the world famous Banksy.
An artist works on artist Martin Ron's mural on the side of the Tobacco Factory in Bedminster
A man takes a photograph in front of a piece of street art as part of the ongoing Upfest 2015 festival being held in Bedminster on July 27, 2015
John Nation, a guide from Bristol Street Art Tours shows a piece of street art as part of the Upfest 2015 festival
Mural by My Dog Sighs is seen on the side of the Bristol Beer Factory
People pass a piece of street art by the artist Inkie in Bedminster, Bristol 27th July 2015
Artist works on mural as part of Upfest 2015
Crowds enjoy sunshine during the festival which took place this weekend (24th-27th July)
Mural displayed on the side of the Rising Sun pub on Alfred Road
A Mural by artist T.wat referencing the Queen's recent nazi salute media controversy was a major attraction at the festival.
Street Art Fans have since flooded Bristol to see the finished murals
Details from a mural featuring Game of Thrones Daenerys Targaryen and Elliot the Dragon.
Man takes photograph of large animal mural on Bedminster high street