Painting & murals
Hand painted street art, mural & painting projects.
NOUS / WE
Painted in the year that shone light on the BLM movement, saw the beginnings of Brexit and witnessed a pivotal USA election, 'Nous' ( or 'we') was painted to mark solidarity, unity and sisterhood.
UNIVERSITY OF BATH LIBRARY
The 'Remembering Tree' was painted over 4 walls and 3 levels of the University's library stairwell.
Painted as a memorial to past students and staff, the mural has a respectful tone, using muted colours and gold leaf.
Using LED lights, this mural transforms by night to illuminate a dark pathway.
The artwork shows phases and faces of the moon,
the glowing eyes of which follow the viewer down the path.
A self-initiated project, funded by the University of the West of England.
A fun, bright inclusive mural of synchronised swimmers for Portishead Lido, a community led regeneration project.
This community mural was informed by 10 public creative workshops.
Based around themes of community and diversity, the mural also includes references to local landmarks, the football team, culture and nature, truely celebrating all things Ipswich!
A huge community mural, and much-loved landmark, was designed alongside local residents and businesses.
Illustrating local history and area, the mural celebrates the diversity of the busy high street.
Painted in collaboration with Sophie Rae.
Painted for UPFEST 2019 Summer Editions, this mural aimed to celebrate female empowerment, as well as grassroots, community driven change.
'Let's build our future together'.
23 metre long mural celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the suffragette movement.
4 murals painted on wood to represent the store's products, in keeping with the company's branding.
OFF THE RECORD
3 floors of interior murals, sign writing and poster artwork for OTR, a young persons mental health charity.
EASTON ENERGY GROUP
Painted on steel, the artwork was to represent the use of the building, a thermal and solar energy bank.
Creative signage for the University of the West of England, with imagery depicting the variation of courses on campus.
Covered in local slang, The Bristol Hound was painted a of a city-wide sculpture trail, Gromit Unleashed, to raise funds for Bristol Children's Hospital.
PLAY ME I'M YOURS
Part of Luke Jerram's international project, this painted piano is now a permanent installation at Bristol Temple Meads station.
20 MPH BRISTOL
5 murals painted on wooden boards outside a school, as part of a campaign to encourage safer driving.