We recently completed our mural for the Fire Service.
The mural was designed to promote Kitchen Fire Safety and can be found on the wall of Grimsby Fire Station on Cromwell Road.
The design was inspired by Vintage advertising. We wanted to recreate a Vintage Advertising Billboard using Kitchen Fire as a product. It would be a reverse advertising campaign showing the dangers of Kitchen Fire.
The product which we called ‘Kitchen Inferno’ was inspired by the ‘Campbells Soup’ can design, made famous by Artist and leading figure of the pop art movement ‘Andy Warhol’.
The mural measures 30 x 18 ft. It was completely hand painted in both masonry, acrylic paint and varnish.
The mural project was part of our ‘Mural aid’ structure, designed to create artwork directly influenced by the community. Our team included CREATivE stART art mentors, volunteers and members in recovery.