‘Stronger Together’, 2022, Mural for People’s Republic of Stokes Croft, Bristol UK, painted with Graphenstone ecopaints, 3 x 3m
Mural painted as part of the Bristol Mural Collective Jam against abortion ban in the US on People’s Republic of Stokes Croft wall, a political and social organization in the centre of Bristol UK. Mural featured in Radical Art Review, Art, Culture and Activism publication.
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About People’s Republic of Stokes Croft
For over a decade, the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft (PRSC) has been a driving force in promoting civil liberties, with a particular focus on public spaces. They resist overregulation of independent initiatives through various activities, such as cleaning, painting, and speaking out. Their efforts have inspired others to join the cause, resulting in a vibrant hub of creative and confident dissent in Stokes Croft.
Thanks to PRSC’s work, the community upholds the principles of freedom and self-expression. This grassroots movement shows that ordinary people can make a significant impact on society. With their unwavering dedication to civil liberty, PRSC continues to pave the way for positive change, creating a space where people can speak their minds and be heard.
Laura Erviti’s eco-conscious art showcases her commitment to sustainability and the environment. Fom her use of carbon-absorbing Graphenstone paint to her passion for inspiring others to explore alternative ways of creating art. By incorporating these values into her work, she hopes to encourage others to think more critically about their impact on the planet and consider more sustainable methods of creating art.
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