Paul Curtis is a Liverpool artist specialising in street art and large murals. He came to public attention with his very first piece of street art, "For All Liverpool's Liver Birds" (aka The Liver Bird Wings). This instant hit caused the closing of the road as people rushed to become a virtual Liver Bird.
Camilla Parker-Bowles, Jamie Carragher, KJT, Bianka Walkden, Max Witlock are amongst the tens of thousands that had taken that photograph!
Since this auspicious start in 2017, Paul has created more than 200 public pieces, largely in Liverpool and Wirral, but also in locations across the UK.
For All Liverpool's Liver Birds Mural by Paul Curtis
In 2020, he was named Merseyside’s Artist of the Year. He holds the record for the largest painting ever painted in the UK with his Ainsley & Dale sand lizards mural in Ainsdale. He is included in the top 20 list of people who make Merseyside happy by The Liverpool Echo.
In 2021, Paul was honoured to be included on the “Wall of Fame” at The Museum of Liverpool.
In 2022, Paul was named as an official ambassador for Liverpool for the 2022 World Gymnastics Championships.