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.  

https://www.paulcurtisartwork.com/liverpool-docks-mural

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:

https://www.tpexpress.co.uk/explore-the-north-and-scotland/blog/2019/august/street-art-capital-north-uk

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...

July 17, 2019

A mural time lapse of one of Liverpool's famous Liver birds by Liverpool artist, Paul Curtis.  Painted over a plain grey wall. Wings outstretched, the Liver bird looks out over the River Mersey from its perch on the Liver Building.  The mural captures the copper oxide green of the statue. Completed in March 2019 at Harrison's Bar on North John Street, Liverpool.

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June 9, 2019

This large scale street art mural captures Tranmere Rovers legends Ian Muir & Ray Mathias in their hey day. 

The Tranmere Rovers Supporter's Trust have a mission to improve the match day experience and generate a bit of excitement and community amongst the fan.  This mural is a big part of that mission.

  

Few players have had the same impact at Tranmere Rovers as Ray Mathias.  Having played for the Whites for a period...

February 16, 2019

The Duchess of Cornwall visits the Baltic area of Liverpool to meet Paul Curtis Artwork and have her picture taken with the Liver Bird Wings - "For All Liverpool's Liver Birds".  This took place in February 2019 and the pictures made it in all the UK national newspapers.  The clip is credited to ITV news

January 30, 2019

I was interviewed by Liverpool Local TV in January.  I spoke mainly about my art but also the regeneration of Liverpool and its importance as a city that embraces new art and culture.  Thanks to @lpoollocaltv for the interview. 👍 If you missed it, it can be watched here:

PAUL CURTIS LIVERPOOL LOCAL TV

January 1, 2019

2018 has been a very good year for me.  The first year I have had full employment as an artist.  A massive thanks to you all for your continued support throughout 2018, it means so much to me and basically allows me to continue painting!

Its been a busy year and I am grateful for that. I want to thank all my clients for choosing me and giving me the opportunity to paint their walls. I also want to thank every single person...

December 14, 2018

A tribute to Freddie Mercury and Brian May at Hot Water Comedy club on Hardman Street, Liverpool.  The club used to be the Magnet Club until 2017 before Hot Water took over.  They wanted to retain a nod back to the iconic club where so many musical legends graced the stage.

Freddie Mercury and Brian May once played at The Magnet club (then The Sink club) under the name Ibis rather than Queen.

I had a bit of fun with the a...

November 12, 2018

This street art piece is a collaboration with Transalpino clothing company.  The artwork is clearly a protest against Donald Trump's immigration policy - particularly the president's idea to build a wall between the USA and Mexico.  

The piece was actually designed by Rob May (Laces Out festival).  It is a parody of Pink Floyd's The Wall album artwork, originally painted by Gerald Scarfe.

https://www.paulcurtisartwork.com/...

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