A creator of wacky, unique illustrations with vibrant colours across walls, canvases, t-shirts and trainers, street artist 45rpm has provided the original artwork for the May edition of our pull-out poster series in collaboration with NASS 2019.

One eye catching piece of artwork Bristol residents may have noticed is the 100 metre long ‘Racism wont trump our unity’ graffiti wall by the motorway, which was created by 45rpm with help from friends

45rpm has worked with huge brands such as Lacoste, Vans, Nike and Adidas, and has had his work featured in magazines such as Wordplay and Dogpiss.

Taking influence from cartoons and comics, 45rpm collaborates with NASS once again this year to provide a variety of artwork across the site, after painting the Pro Park at last year’s NASS.

Pick up the May issue of Nitelife to find the A3+ pull-out poster from 45rpm.

@45rpmwhat

11-14 July 2019 – NASS 2019, Royal Bath & West Showground
Tickets // nassfestival.com

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