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Millennium Walkway street art

As temperatures exceed 30⁰c in the capital, some artists took to the Millennium Walkway to paint a few new pieces alongside the hoardings at the river-side location.

Nearest the Cardiff Castle end you are greeted with a ‘Good Morning Wales’ piece in the colours of Y Ddraig Goch and the line ‘It’s Cardiff braah’

Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street artMillennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art

Nestled alongside is another new piece with the line ‘Up yours cancer‘ and a tribute on the sticker for ‘The Bevans’

Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street artMillennium Walkway street art

This piece didn’t last long before more work appeared over it.

Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art

Some recent work from locals Amok, Resh and Virus have also popped up along the popular route too.

Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art

Other Cardiff regulars have also create some Summertime masterpieces including Rasp and Mr Weezy to name a few.

Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street artMillennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art
Millennium Walkway street art

Right the British Summer is now officially over – it’s much better taking photos in the dull, overcast skies we have got used to here!

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