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Latest Workshops

Moseley Secondary School

 Laura Rainbow at Moseley School asked us to come in and run a morning workshop with 12 students of vary...

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Graffiti Workshops without spray paint!

You don't have to use spray paint to get people involved with street art. It's easy to design and decora...

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Not just tagging

We're always trying to come up with new and exciting things to engage young people and decorating shoes,...

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Moorgate Primary School

The Head at Moorgate Primary School contacted us to brighten up a dull bike shed and promote the idea of...

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Two Rivers High School, Tamworth

We had a call earlier in the year from Jane Buckingham, the Head of Art at Two Rivers School in Tamworth...

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Perry Barr skate park, Birmingham

Here's some flicks from one of the half-term projects we called in to help facilitate. The team at 610 Y...

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Worcester Graffiti mural

The crew at GraffitiArtist.com were asked to help students at Tudor Grange Academy in Worcester to creat...

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Jardine Crescent Youth Centre

Here's an example of a workshop and how quickly a great piece of urban art can be produced. GraffitiArti...

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What's Your Point? Mural Project

The team was approached by Pauline Marshall at What's Your Point?, a youth inclusion group in Redditch, ...

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Workshops

What's Your Point? Mural Project

23rd Mar 2009

The team was approached by Pauline Marshall at What's Your Point?, a youth inclusion group in Redditch, about helping the young people to redecorate a subway in the town centre. After meetings, site visits to check out the walls of the subways and risk assessments we were able to create a week long programme which included meeting the young people, coming up with a theme, designing, painting and protecting the mural with an anti-graffiti coating. The theme the young people came up with was tattoos, because of the history of tattoo needle making in Redditch, and the vibrant tattoo designs that look so good when painted in huge designs. The painting areas were made safe so the public using the subway could watch our progress, and we got cracking! Outlines first, then filling in the pictures of dragons, flowers, fish and birds followed. It took 4 days to paint, with the help of over 50 young people, with ages ranging from 11 to 20 and varying artistic skills. The photos of the finished walls speak for themselves! The project was finished on time, on budget and without a hitch. Everyone enjoyed themselves and worked together to create a amazing piece of urban art. The murals were officially opened by Jackie Smith, MP for Redditch and now Home Secretery, and went down a storm.

Here's just a section of the subway, of the tattoo inspired dragon.