Mural Paul Curtis
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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...

April 29, 2020

This mural is the Birkenhead Coat of Arms which was modified in the early 1990s by Tranmere Rovers FC and used on their shirts for a short period. The arms were officially granted to Birkenhead on August 28, 1878. The borough of Birkenhead was founded in 1877 after the merger of Birkenhead, Claughton-cum-Grange, Oxton and Tranmere. The new borough received its arms on August 28, 1878, and the symbols in the new arms were taken...

April 26, 2020

Mural depicting the famous KOP at Anfield. The Liverpool fans captured this image as they made a poignant mosaic tribute in aid of the 96 who tragically never came home from the FA cup semi final tie between Liverpool FC and Nottingham Forest in 1989. To go with this mosaic mural, I have also painted a portrait of Jurgen Klopp for the bar. This mural is located at Jurgen's Bierhouse on The Strand in Liverpool. 

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April 26, 2020

The Scouse Bird mural is up!

 Painted for Liverpool's well known blogger, Scouse bird problems at her home in Crosby. The mural, on the exterior of the bloggers home depicting tropical flowers and a macaw parrot on a pink graded background. 

Painted in September 2019 for Steph Johnson, for more details head to her Instagram and twitter @scousebirdproblems. 

Click here to see the murals page. 

March 25, 2020

A fantastic opportunity to become John, Paul, George or Ringo. The Abbey Road album cover backdrop was painted by Paul Curtis in a commission with The Beatles Story Museum, Liverpool. The mural is located on Grafton Street on the side of the Cains Brewery in the famous Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool. The mural features a ground painting of the famous zebra crossing in order to perfect the interactive art feature.

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December 31, 2019

Its been another amazing year for me and my artwork and this video captures some of the highlights:

I wish to thank you all again for your continued support and here is to 2020! The highlights are a mix of my street art, wall art, media appearances, murals, canvases and celebrities who have appeared with my work. Keep an eye out for: The Duchess of Cornwall - Camilla Parker-Bowles, Jamie Carragher, Katarina Johnson Thompson, Pe...

October 8, 2019

A moody, black and white depiction of Liverpool's Docks in the 1960's.  The view is across Princes Docks looking towards the Liver Buildings.  Although the view has changed hugely in the past 50 years, you can still find the exact spot (as shown on the video) and even see the old tram lines in the foreground.

The docks were still very active in the 19...

August 25, 2019

Transpeniine have written an article about street art in the North of England.  It places myself at 4th best artist in the north of England.  Yes, I know it was pretty unscientific, but its a bit of fun and its a great article:

July 31, 2019

This street art piece is a collaboration with Transalpino clothing company.  The artwork is a tribute to the original Wade Smith store in Liverpool. 

Wade Smith was a fashion clothing stall that started in the early 1980's in Liverpool and grew rapidly, leading to a megastore offering 5 floors of fashion on Liverpool's Mathew Street. 

This mural depicts the original store that was actually located to the left of the mu...

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