College Green
Latitude and Longitude

We have always been interested in knowing what is happening in the other windows around Banksy’s famous Well Hung Lover on Park Street, so we commissioned four Bristol-based Graffiti artists and illustrators to show us what they think the neighbours are up to next door. Neighbours is a celebration of Bristol’s residents and how we interact with each other as a diverse community. 



Named in Timeout’s Top 100 most influential UK creatives, Tom Bingle, aka Inkie, has emerged as one of the most prolific graffiti writers in UK history. He has painted with some of the most notorious artists in the scene, including Banksy, Nick Walker and Massive Attack’s 3D. His work has been published in magazines such as Rolling Stone, GQ and Dazed & Confused. Inkie’s art is characterised by a unique collaboration of graffiti and figurative imagery. His widely recognised “Ink Nouveau” style draws on Art Nouveau influences, with an unmistakeable urban twist.

Jasmine Thompson
Jasmine is a Bristol based illustrator & designer. She is an experienced political cartoonist, visual journalist, designer, workshop facilitator, and is currently a board member and featured artist at Rising Arts Agency. Amongst her recent work are murals for Royal Shakespeare Company and Pervasive Media Studio. Her practice embodies using illustration to capture stories of people and places.

Parys Gardener
Parys is a Bristol born and bred digital illustrator who believes in amplifying the voices of people whose stories are rarely told through colourful and pop art inspired illustration. She’s passionate about communicating theories surrounding identity and culture, and often takes inspiration from her own Caribbean background. Pary’s was named one of Bristols 24 Most Influential Bristolians Under 24 in 2018, and is aBoard Member of Watershed.

Zoë Power
Zoë Power is a Bristol based artist working in illustration, print and typography. She works using digital media alongside bristles and screen printing to create her bold and colourful work. Inspired by people, nature, geometry and cubism, Zoë often paints her work on huge scale across cities in the UK.

Limbic Cinema (Animation) 
Limbic Cinema is an award-winning multimedia design studio based in Bristol. They create unique immersive experiences, connecting people with ideas and institutions. Their work often involves augmenting architectural features, physical objects and intricate spaces through the use of projected imagery and light. 


• The nearest accessible toilet is located in Watershed or We the Curious (both about 5 minutes away).
• Park street is quite a steep road, and the pavements can be narrow at points. The position of this artwork is at the bottom of the hill, next to Pizzarova / College Green.
• The work is close to a main road • The pavements are large slab, hard standing.