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His passion for trying new techniques paired with amazing talent has allowed him to practice his art as a career for decades. The UK has lost 97% of native wildflower, and two species of bumblebee have become extinct over the last 70 years.
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Often with bricks, it's square shape acts as the main element. A unique event, with three further shows planned for 2015 in Leeds, Bristol and returning to London, the show is now spreading to the streets to benefit artists and city dwellers alike.
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Mark began thinking out of the box at a young age and this has been his drive over the years of creating art. It marks the beginning of the Urban Pollinators Summit organised by Friends of the Earth and Bee Bristol as part of the Get Bristol Buzzing campaign.