Worcester Paint Festival

Worcester Paint Festival Murals

Worcester Paint Festival 2023 needs your help!

You may have noticed the captivating murals gracing the city for the past few years. These impressive artworks are the result of the Worcester Paint Festival, a celebration that brings together renowned street and graffiti artists from around the world, […]

Worcester Paint Festival install vibrant murals around the city

Explore ideas for an electricity box near you!

As well as the vibrant murals around the city, and curating some of the gorgeous electricity boxes for Worcester BID, Worcester Paint Festival has been working with Worcester BID, Worcester City Council Community Worcester and Worcester Community Trust to bring […]

People painting a wall

Take time to explore Worcester Paint Festival

There’s still plenty of time to get out and about exploring the beautiful walls created by artists as part of Worcester Paint Festival. The aim is that the work will stay in situ for at least twelve months, longer with […]

A mural being pinted

Thousands visit Worcester Paint Festival 2021

Worcester Paint Festival hit the streets this weekend with stunning murals popping up all over the city. With thousands of visitors over the weekend and more coming to view the art each day, WPF offered up some bright sparks to […]

Photo of Chroma Chameleons new mural

Chroma Chameleons new mural on Angel Street, Worcester

Worcester Paint Festival strikes again ahead of the main event this September with a brand new mural painted by a local female duo, on the front of the old Co Op building on Angel Street. This building has been in […]

Photo of Mural by Phill Blake

Two perfect botanicals in the mix!

An organic pairing has been taking place recently between a much loved Worcester garden centre and a renowned street artist influenced by decorative Art Nouveau flora. The beautiful botanically inspired mural was brought to life last week from street artist […]

Mural Photo by Drew Deas

Local artist links swimming pool site to its community

As the old swimming pool on Worcester’s Sansome Walk disappears, the community surrounding it, the Arboretum and it’s “Love the Arbo” team, working with site team DSM Demolition and Worcester City Council, have commissioned a local artist to create a […]