We recently got involved with a charity event as part of Bristol’s increasingly popular street art festival, See No Evil. Longplaya was a charity auction run at the See No Evil pop up shop, supporting community arts causes, including Knowle West Media Centre and Trinity.
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The unique LongPlaya Event artwork is currently on display at the See No Evil Shop on Fairfax Street, Bristol. The proceeds of the charity auction will support youth development at Knowle West Media Centre and Trinity Community Arts.
On Saturday 18th August 2012, amidst the bustling eclectic crowds who attended See No Evil 2012, a dark derelict ground floor of the Westgate building, Nelson Street was transformed into a mass of cardboard and creative expression. The LongPlaya live art show, hosted by Bristol based creative agency Epoch Design, saw over 25 artists provide an exhilarating display of live art creations.
Included in the canvas space was a few Trunki suitcases, which were re-invented with super-cool graffiti and auctioned off for the cause! Robo-Trunki went for £45 and the Font-Trunki reached £65. There was also something for the kids, who had the opportunity to create their own Trunki designs on the day. The best designs will be receiving some actual Trunki suitcases ;o) The Trunki competition really grabbed the imagination of the children and parents.