Harrison's Murals

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Harrisons Liverpool map
The Liver bird

Exactly what the title suggests!  This mural is a larger than life painting of one of Liverpool's famous Liver birds.  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.

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Abbey Road/ Victoria Street

The 50th Anniversary of The Beatles' Abbey Road album led to a flurry of Abbey Road album covers popping up all over the world.  

 

This particular Abbey Road mural has a twist however, in that it is not Abbey Road at all.  If you look closely, you will see that John, Paul, George and Ringo are actually on Victoria Street in Liverpool.  The Beatles seem to be gasping for a pint at Harrisons!

Completed in March 2019.

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George Harrison

George Harrison. The Quiet One and the Mystic. George was the youngest of the Beatles but definitely grew to hold his own besides the genius of Lennon and McCartney. Many of the later Beatles' hits were George Harrison solo compositions, such as, Here Comes the Sun, Something, Whilst my Guitar Gently Weeps and Old Brown Shoe. George was tragically taken from us far too early and, as with John Lennon, is sadly missed. This mural was painted at Harrison's Bar on Liverpool's North John Street, by Paul Curtis, in January 2021. The artwork is particularly tricky as it is on roller shutters, so the surface is not flat! It was also freezing cold!

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