Mural Paul Curtis
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For All Liverpool's Liver Birds

Tranmere Rovers FC

Liver Bird Mural at Harrison's

Danny Boyle Film Mural

Thornton Hall Jungle Mural

Black Panther Mural

Wade Smith Street Art

Baltic Beatles Mural

Liverpool Docks Mural

Smaller Earth Mural

Donald Trump Street Art

Coffee and Fandisha Mural

Liverpool Landmarks Mural

Evolution of Man

Circo Monkey

Abbey Road Street Art

Clatterbridge Pacman

Everton FC Subbuteo Mural

Everton Players at Goodison

Eco-Garden Poppy Mural

Cellar 24 Liverpool Mural

Circus Carousel Horses

Taco Bell Liverpool Mural

The Whole World

Four Lads in Liverpool

Three White Lilies


Graffiti Butterfly

The Vaper Viper

The Guide Studio Mural

The Vaper Viper 2

Tom & Jerry Mural

Bumblebee Transformer

Super Mario Mural

Giant Octopus Mural

Tropical Rainforest Mural

Disney Characters Mural

Captain Nemo's Nautilus

Gina Lollobrigida Mural

Freddie Mercury & Brian May

Kraken Attack Mural

Marine Feature Wall

EFC Leighton Baines D. Dean

Clint Eastwood

Christmas Window Painting

Andy Gray & Graeme Sharp

Giant Squid Mural

Bambi Forest Mural

Eco-Garden Poppy Mural

Scouse bird Mural 

Red Rum Mural 

Oxton Tranmere Rovers Mural 

Lost Soles Mural 

Underwater Seals Mural 

Audrey Hepburn Mural 

Maggie Mae Mural 

Liverpool buildings mural 

Street Fighter Ken 

Earth from Anfield

Hendo Mural 


September 12, 2020

Thanks to Revilo properties, who sponsored the mural and James Carroll for the interview with SNTV news. 

Check out the video here. 

September 9, 2020

Check out the Earth from Anfield mural page here.

The whole wide world captured on the side of Anfield Primary School in Liverpool. The earth is approximately 6 metres in diameter. It was a spot of good luck that the circumference matched up exactly with the curved window lintel. The painting is in the school yard. The school has an international mix of children and hopefully the kids will be able to teach each other a little p...

September 3, 2020

The Street fighter page is up! 

A mural paying tribute to the classic arcade game Street Fighter 2. Painted by Paul Curtis at Arcains (Cains Brewery, Baltic Triangle, Liverpool). The fighter is in the attacking Hadouken pose with a blue fireball shooting out towards an unseen fighter (allowing you to be part of the picture). 

he background is parodied, the quayside has been altered to include the famous "Ferry across the Mersey"...

September 3, 2020

On the 23rd of June I started a major project called "New Ferry- Dancing with Colours." This project is a collaboration with New Ferry Residents association and the Wirral council. The project is part of the New Ferry redevelopment in response to the devastating explosion that occurred three years ago, injuring eighty one people.

This project was proposed about eighteen months ago, however there was some opposition to having st...

July 15, 2020

This mural depicts many of Liverpool's famous landmarks in one of Paul Curtis' trademark styles. Black and white monochrome line drawings with heavy, bold shadows and a few bold colours picked out. This style manages to combine the complexity of the architecture, in a unique, clean look, but holds the viewer's eye with the sheer amount of detail to explore. Painted at the Unite Student Accommodation on Skelhorn Street in Liver...

June 9, 2020

Dirty Maggie Mae - The Beatles .  The mural was painted at the Lock and Key Hotel in Liverpool by Paul Curtis Maggie Mae was a famous prostitute who plied her trade around Lime Street. She was immortalised in the song, Maggie Mae (no, not the Rod Stewart one!), which is a traditional shanty/skiffle number in Liverpool. The song was partially recorded by The Beatles and appears on their Let it Be album.

Click here to see th...

June 9, 2020

A mural of the stunning Audrey Hepburn painted by Liverpool artist, Paul Curtis for the David Myers Opticians in Southport, Lancashire. The beautiful actress and fashionista is depicted in a hat and sunglasses from the movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's. The mural was painted on roller shutters, which always presents problems for murals, due to the undulating surface. I am particularly proud of this one, as this is the style of pai...

June 9, 2020

Completed in summer 2019, the mural depicts an underwater scene with tropical fish and playful seals. It is likely that these species would never inhabit the same waters, but the fish were added to add spots of colour and in any case, there are 2 mermaids, so it was never going to be an accurate scene. The purpose of the mural was to add a bit of colour and fun to the area of the sun loungers and outdoor hot tub of the Hotel's...

May 10, 2020

Painted by Paul Curtis for Lost Soles clothing company, a mural depicting Liverpool City  including many of Liverpool's famous architectural wonders, including The Royal Liver Buildings, St George's Hall, St John's Beacon, the Museum of Liverpool, the Port of Liverpool Building, the Royal Albert Docks and the Superlambanana. The mural is half monochrome, half bold colour style, a bit of a trademark style of Paul's. The buildin...

April 29, 2020

Paul's most recent mural is a street art tribute to the most famous race horse in the world, Red Rum. This time lapse and footage records Liverpool artist, Paul Curtis, painting a huge mural in honour of the legendary horse. The mural is 15 metres tall and 20 metres wide (300 square metres) - the biggest Paul has painted to date. It was commissioned by The Sefton Borough of Culture Committee in March 2020. The mural is located...

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