Get in touchLiverpool, England, UK.
07810 321 634
0151 735 1641
Published on Sun Feb 15, 2009 by David Colbran
Amidst a deluge of rain, the Liverpool Mural Project begins work on a major new mural at noted Liverpool music venue The Picket. Commissioned by the Liverpool Culture Company, and part of the city's official artistic programme as European Capital of Culture, the mural will celebrate the historic links between Liverpool and Ireland. I spent a week with the artists, documenting each day as the mural took shape and progresses.
Design and painting is being completed by noted Belfast muralists Danny Devenny, Mark Ervine and Micky Doherty. Crossing the sectarian boundaries of their hometown, the artists have worked on a number of murals that speak of reconciliation and a new dawn for artists in Belfast. Working as part of the Liverpool Mural Project, the artists are now able to take their message of a hopeful and bright future to Liverpool and beyond. Absolutely great project and I was really pleased to play a small part in it.
Images can be seen on my Flickr account when I get the chance I'll try and post up a few here.art, artist, mural, documentary, project
Author: David Colbran
Demolition begins at Copperas Hill postal sorting office
Top 6 tips on writing a killer brief for photographers
Tinariwen - live photographs from gig in Liverpool
Industrial photography in the North West
business festivals music tearsheet protest sports commercial art exhibition marathon conference London AfricaOye housing product responsive universities world education interior culture designer people stock uk-uncut headshot NHS web promotional headshots