Posted on October 05, 2012

Back in August, the See No Evil street art festival returned to Bristol for it's second consecutive year, bringing together top artists from all over the world to transform Nelson Street - an inner city corridor of glum, high-rise offices - in to Europe's most spectacular tapestry of multi-storey artwork.

Last year's festival was one of our favorite projects of the year, so we were thrilled to be asked by our friends over at video production company Hurricane Media to once again provide our timelapse services for the event. Our Lobster Pot camera system captured the work in super high-resolution, day and night, allowing us to create ultra-high-definition 4K timelapse video files that show the artwork in incredibly high detail.

You can see the results in this short film, produced by Red Bull and Hurricane Media. It features interviews with Mike Bennett and Tom 'Inkie' Bingle, organisers of See No Evil, who discuss how the project came together and the unique ability street art has to inspire future generations.

We're already looking forward to See No Evil 2013...