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Time lapse of Bumblebee Transformer mural by Liverpool artist, Paul Curtis Artwork. Painted in a lad's bedroom in Woolton Liverpool. It was the client's request to have the illusion that Bumblebee is on the other side of the wall like he has smashed the wall through.

The many panels and machine parts made this a toughie, but looks ok in the end. Painted in December 2017. The young boy was overjoyed with the finished painting

Liverpool artist, Paul Curtis Artwork, painted this 8-bit, Pacman inspired mural to help raise awareness for Clatterbridge Cancer Charity as part of their #letsgogreen campaign. It is 12 metres long and is painted on the temporary hoarding on the old BHS store on Lord Street, Liverpool. It was completed in January 2018 in freezing cold weather!

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The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is the only dedicated charity for patients and research at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre. By choosing to support our charity, you will help us to transform cancer care for people right here in our area. Last year, work began on building Liverpool's first cancer hospital in the heart of the city, backed by our £15m appeal, which will also ensure significant investment in our Wirral site. You can be part of this incredible journey, by joining us and raising cash for this once-in-a-generation opportunity!


However you want to do it, Let's Go Green is the perfect way for you to get involved. Whether it's a personal challenge, fundraising at work, school or getting online, anyone can take part!

A time lapse movie recording some of the building painted at the Liverpool Shopping Park on Edge Lane. One bloke, one month, one mural, 31 Liverpool landmarks, 28 litres of paint, 100 square metres.

Also known as The Colourful City, the 40 metre long artwork includes many of Liverpool's most famous buildings including The Liver Buildings, the Liverpool Cathedrals, Walker Art Gallery, St Georges Hall, the Chinese Arch, Blue Coat Chambers, the Littlewoods Building, Cain's Brewery, the Museum of Liverpool, the Port of Liverpool Building, the Bombed-out Churc (St Lukes), Mann Island, Victoria Statue, the Picton Reading Rooms, the Albert Dock and Hope Street. Stevenson's Rocket Train is also included in Meccano.

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