Image copyright PA Media image caption The huge interactive artwork of Insane51 can be viewed differently using a blue or red filter
A giant mural has been unveiled on the side of a building in the city as part of a street art festival.
Artist Insane51 completed a 3D design at the Tobacco Factory in Southville, Bristol, to mark this year's Upfest.
Nyx, the Greek Goddess night, is part of the eyevres of art appearing in the south of the city as part of the 75 Walls in 75 Days project.
Many works have been vandalized at the weekend but have since been fixed.
A total of 43 walls have been completed, with seven more in progress. The final wall is expected to be completed on August 13.
Insane 51, also known as Stathis first worked with Upfest five years ago and asked to paint the wall in the 'tobacco factory in 2019.
He had to wait his turn because another artist had the chance to paint what would become a well-known fresco by environmental activist Greta Thunberg immersed in water .
But he achieved his ambition this year and proved his commitment to achieving it by spending time in quarantine after leaving his home in the Greek capital Athens.
Image copyright PA Media image caption A pair of 3D glasses reveals a woman or the skeleton in her body
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He said: "I had to wait but finally got there this year. I really wanted to do it and came here in quarantine so I could. I'm the only one doing this style particular.
"I am really confident in my designs. People have expectations, but I never compare myself to the work of other artists. I always do my best. "
The painter and muralist has been perfecting his craft since 2006 and his work has taken him all over the world, but this was his first time. was traveling since the start of the pandemic.
"Bristol is awesome. This is Banksy's home, the people are really supportive, unde rstand the art and it is a really positive vibe. I'm really happy to be here, "he added.
Covid-19 caused theUpfest postponed this year, but the organizers were able to continue the 75 walls project in 75 days.
Image copyright PA Media image caption The huge Inkie mural is part of the 75 Walls in 75 Days project
image copyright PA Media image caption The 75 mural project also includes works by Will Blood at the end of a property in Bedminster
Image copyright PA Media caption of the image The project, which includes this work by Koeone and Paul Monsters, must be completedAugust 13
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