PAUL CURTIS STREET ART

Click on the images to link to the dedicated page for each mural (well, some but not all)

Tranmere Rovers Mural

Prenton Park, Wirral

Tranmere Rovers Mural.jpg

Abbey Road Street Art

Grafton Street, Liverpool

Tranmere Rovers Hooligan Street Art

Parkhurst Road, Wirral

Audrey Hepburn Street Art

London Street, Southport

Coffee Plant Mural

Coffee and Fandisha, Brick Street, Liverpool

Only Fools & Horses Street Art

Only Fools Bar, Seel Street, Liverpool

Paul Curtis Only Fools and Horses

John Lennon Street Art

Johnny Goggles, N.John Street, Liverpool

John Lennon Paul Curtis Artwork

Tranmere Rovers Crest

New Chester Road, New Ferry

Tranmere Rovers Badge Paul Curtis

Evolution of Man

Liverpool Life Sciences, Greenland Street, Liverpool

Calderstones Eco-Garden Poppy Mural

Calderstones School, Allerton, Liverpool

Clatterbridge Pacman Mural

Lord Street, Liverpool

Jungle Monkey Mural

Thornton Hall Hotel, Wirral

Paul Curtis Artwork Thornton Hall

Gold Crown Street Art

Ex-directory, Vernon Street, Liverpool

Gold Crown Street Art Paul Curtis

For All Liverpool's Liver Birds

Jamaica Street, Liverpool

Wade Smith Transalpino Mural

Fleet Street, Liverpool

Liverpool Landmark Mural

Liverpool Shopping Park, Edge Lane, Liverpool

Donald Trump Transalpino Mural

Langham Street, Everton, Liverpool

Fuck Trump's Wall

Everton Players at Goodison Mural

Park End, Goodison Park, Liverpool

Victorian Circus Monkey

Circo, Seel Street, Liverpool

The Welsh Streets

Wynnstay Road, Liverpool

The Welsh Streets Paul Curtis Toxteth

Helping Hand Mural

Lister Drive, Liverpool

Helping Hand Mural
YNWA Mural

Four Lads strolling through Liverpool

Campanile Hotel, Queens Dock, Liverpool

Under the Sea Mural

Thornton Hall Hotel, Wirral

Under the Sea Mural Paul Curtis

Michael Jackson Moonwalk Mural

Colquitt Street, Liverpool

Disco Ball Street Art Paul Curtis

Disco Ball Street Art

Star Salon, Aigburth Road, Liverpool

Campari Bottles Street Art

Italian Club Bakery, Newington, Liverpool

Campari street art Paul Curtis

Street art is increasingly popular all over the world.  The art of the people.  Accessible to all and definitely the most photographed and shared art form.

The street art I do can be inspired from anything and often it is the location that impacts the design.  

 

Sometimes I paint street art because I have found a wall I like and I have an idea.  I can also be contracted to paint some "street art" on the outer walls of your building.  This is a great way to have your customers share pictures of your premises directly with their friends.  Much more effective and engaging than the randomness of paid adverts.