The second See No Evil street art and graffiti event in Bristol attracted more than 50,000 people to the city centre in August 2012 to watch more than 45 international artists use 3,500 cans of spray paint on 12 multi-storey buildings and other sites. This book documents the whole event, including the block party and DJs as well as the painting. See No Evil was billed as the UK's most ambitious permanent street art project to date, encompassing a massive block party, cutting-edge music, film screenings and a one-off audiovisual spectacular. Its aim was simple; to breathe new life into an unloved and previously neglected area within the city centre of Bristol and to showcase local, national and international artistic and musical talent. Apart from all those people, participating artists and all that paint, See No Evil 2 also featured 60 DJs and bands, 10 skylifts, six sound systems, six city streets and three music stages.