This Halloween night saw Clifton Suspension Bridge fall victim to a ghoulish spectacle like no other.
In a pop-up animation that cast the Bristol landmark into a whole new light, a 200ft 3D Halloween projection caused plenty of shrieks come the witching hour.
The animation followed the story of two graffiti artists spraying the underside of the bridge who disturb a troll living there, only to incur the full force of his wrath.
The monstrous mischief was a joint project from Bristol-based creative agencies Taxi Studio and Play Nicely. The gruesome twosome waited until the spookiest night of the year to unveil their dark secret, giving invited guests a frightful sight they won’t quickly forget.
Spencer Buck Creative Director at Taxi Studio says: “Bristol is a bastion of irreverence and invention – nowhere else has such an eclectic mix of collaborative, unpretentious creativity. Mr. Brunel, Banksy, Aardman,
Massive Attack, Roni Size and countless others have made our city world famous. It’s a city to love, and love being part of”.
The projection took place on Wednesday 31st October at 8:30pm.
View the activity here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO_24sXaiII