‘Unicornfest’, Unicorn sculpture trail, Bristol UK, 2023, Graphenstone ecopaints

Unicorn Sculpture painted for Unicornfest Bristol 2023, with Grpahenstone ecopaints. It will be exhibited in the streets of Bristol UK from June to September 2023. It is featuring a Laeukemia Care Foundation Patient Story, Sophie, a Laeukemia survivor. The Unicorns will be sold in auction in October and all profits will go to Laeukemia Care Foundation.

 

Unicorn painting. Have an outdoor project in mind or want to collaborate? Join me in celebrating the beauty of nature and raising awareness about climate change with Eco-conscious art.

 

About this Unicorn painting & Unicorn Fest

A magical trail around Bristol landmarks. A whole family adventure around Bristol and selected locations in the South West collecting selfies of different custom painted Unicorns, painted by many local artists.

Unicornfest, part of the 650th-anniversary celebrations for Bristol, seeks to unite the business and creative sectors, as well as local communities and schools across Bristol and the surrounding area, bringing art, color, and fun to the streets of the city this year.

Celebrate summer along the Unicorn Trail in brilliant Bristol! The unicorns will be spread across Bristol and the South West- from the Clifton Suspension Bridge to Weston-Super-Mare pier.

A unicorn embodies the enchanting symbolism associated with these mythical creatures. The vibrant artwork captures the essence of unicorns. Which have long been regarded as symbols of purity, magic, and untamed beauty. The mural serves as a visual representation of the fantastical world that unicorns inhabit, inviting viewers to embrace their imagination and believe in the extraordinary. Through the graceful form and mystical aura of the unicorn, the mural evokes a sense of wonder, reminding us to embrace the magic and wonder that exists within ourselves and in the world around us.

Eco-conscious art

Laura Erviti’s eco-conscious art showcases her commitment to sustainability and the environment. From 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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