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EN.Murals

EN.Murals

Through work in the public realm, our aim is to alter the negative perceptions of graffiti and street art through quality murals and other spray painted commissions and projects that engage businesses and communities.


Selected projects

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Ryecroft

A circus themed typographic extravaganza

RYECROFT underpass

Commissioned by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council, we worked with St. John Fisher High School Year 9's and alongside artists David Samuel and Harry Fieber to create a series of designs that celebrate the circus heritage in the town.

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Roo's Cocktail Bar

Bringing the summer vibes to this Stone-based cocktail bar

ROO'S COCKTAIL BAR

We brought summer to Stone early in 2018 with this tiki themed mural in their outdoor seating area. We've continued to work with the business on other requirements, such as screen printing garments for staff uniforms.

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Staffordshire University

Paint The City Red

STAFFORDSHIRE UNIVERSITY

Helping Staffordshire University stand out for a huge campus-wide open day event.

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European City of Sport

Stoke-on-Trent City Council

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Supporting Stoke-on-Trent's acclaimed City of Sport title with a sports themed mural in the city centre.

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TGA Street Dance

The Glasheen Academy

TGA street dance

Inspiring young people in Crewe with an indoor mural at the TGA Street Dance studios.


 

New Horizons

New Horizons is our city-wide mural project — we curate internationally renowned graffiti and street artists and project manage their visits to Stoke-on-Trent to paint bleak, unused and unloved walls around the city.

The long term plan is to turn the New Horizons initiative into an arts festival in the city centre, creating new murals every year, hosting exhibitions, art markets and workshops all inside the Cultural Quarter.

 
  Prevail  by Faust for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons part of Faust @ EN.Gallery, June 2015 Supported by Arts Council England

Prevail by Faust
for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons
part of Faust @ EN.Gallery, June 2015
Supported by Arts Council England

 by Vibes for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons part of The Big Feast, August 2014 Supported by Appetite

by Vibes
for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons
part of The Big Feast, August 2014
Supported by Appetite

 by 45RPM for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons part of 45RPM @ EN.Gallery, January 2016 Supported by Arts Council England

by 45RPM
for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons
part of 45RPM @ EN.Gallery, January 2016
Supported by Arts Council England

 by Faunagraphic for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons part of The Big Feast, August 2015 Supported by Appetite

by Faunagraphic
for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons
part of The Big Feast, August 2015
Supported by Appetite

 by Krek for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons part of The Big Feast, August 2014 Supported by Appetite & The Sugarmill

by Krek
for Entrepreneurs: New Horizons
part of The Big Feast, August 2014
Supported by Appetite & The Sugarmill


Project Galleries

RYECROFT underpass

Commissioned by Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council, we worked with St. John Fisher High School Year 9's and alongside artists David Samuel and Harry Fieber to create a series of designs that celebrate the circus heritage in the town.

ROO'S COCKTAIL BAR

We brought summer to Stone early in 2018 with this tiki themed mural in their outdoor seating area. We've continued to work with the business on other requirements, such as screen printing garments for staff uniforms.

THE SUGARMILL

A Jägermeister themed mural in the upstairs room at The Sugarmill, complete with logos and creatures in a branded palette.

UNIT 1

Our friends at the local indoor skatepark, Unit 1, needed some help decorating the place. We got in touch with some friends and sorted them out!

POCKET PLACES

Working in the public realm and long-time collaborator Daryl Coulborn on a heritage project, bringing historic tile designs to a new home.

EUROPEAN CITY OF SPORT

Supporting Stoke-on-Trent's acclaimed City of Sport title with a sports themed mural in the city centre.

TGA street dance

Inspiring young people in Crewe with an indoor mural at the TGA Street Dance studios.

LONGTON MARKET

Some modern life and energy inside a historical market, with a view to attract younger audiences and a 5–9 culture.


Commissions

 

Working with us is simple: it's a question of getting in touch! We can more than likely accommodate your requirements and we can provide a detailed itemised cost breakdown once we know more about those requirements. From gathering safety equipment, materials and machinery — we have the contacts and experience to take care of it all.

 
 Tom

Tom

 Andy

Andy

 Rob

Rob

 

We're a team of 3, and no job is too big or small. On the occasion where we need to get help however, our network of artists, project managers and logistical experts is vast — so we will always be able to get the job done.

 

 

Hall of Fame

The HoF is a space we facilitated with Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council and Amey to provide a dedicated space that is clean, safe, sheltered and legal for graffiti artists to practice their craft.

We regularly hold events in the space including bringing DJs and artists from around the country together.

 
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Thank you to Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council and Amey for their continued support with the HoF project.


Getting to the HoF

 

As a completely legal and free space to use, anyone can visit the HoF to paint whenever they like. To reach the site, follow the A500 to the Kidsgrove exit, where you can drop off equipment in the unnamed road. It's worth noting that this small area isn't a legal parking area, and you may be liable to a ticket. Follow the public footpath around back towards the A500 where you will reach the underpass.

 
 

We ask you politely to follow the HoF rules whenever present on site:

Treat this area with respect!
No sexism. No racism.
Please take home your litter / empties.
Leave your ego at home, too.
Call 999 in an emergency!