Roll up, roll up! Zero Degrees has had a facelift, if you’ve walked past it in recent weeks you would have seen the banners saying Zero Degrees has closed it’s doors temporarily. I constantly walk past this place and so I’m excited to see some exciting and drastic changes to the exterior seating areas (which have so much potential!) so I can only hazard a guess that the interior is going to be equally as amazing. 4
I have been cordially invited to the reopening night on Wednesday 10th September, unfortunately this is a ticketed event but don’t worry I’ll let you into the secret as soon as I’m sober enough to write a post (that may require a full 24hrs recovery time if you can hold on that long!). In the meantime, I’ve got some sneak peaks of the fantastic art mural painted by Pawel j. Frackiewicz who I have seen working into the late hours of the night in order to get this done in time.
The art mural has really helped transform my walk as I charge (no, that’s a lie) – amble up the steps to get home. I love that it ties in popular and well known Bristolian imagery such as Banksy’s girl on the swing and the Suspension Bridge, it merges in with the Zero Degrees brand as the iconic ‘0’ is lightly spray painted on top of the mural. The Christmas steps are hugely decorative as it is, if it’s not the ornate street lights or the cobbled path, it’s the newly placed flower pots but this is a wonderfully colourful mural that integrates well with the traditional backdrop of the Christmas quarter.
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