Graffiti wall is expression of kids’ artwork

Callum James and Jordan Gardner with some of the canvases that have inspired the graffiti wall.
Callum James and Jordan Gardner with some of the canvases that have inspired the graffiti wall.
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A vibrant new graffiti wall artwork inspired by canvases created by young people has sprung up in Morecambe.

Graffiti artists Christian Fenn and Graham Morris designed and painted the new mural at Regent Park Studios in the town.

Christian and Graham used a variety of bold colours including green, orange and neon pink to make the young peoples’ visions a reality.

The paint was kindly donated by the Dulux Decorator Centre on Croft Street, Morecambe, as part of the Let’s Colour mission to add colour to people’s lives, after the studio’s Active Action 4 Children’s Bouncing Back Programme coordinator, Emer-jay Walker Van-gills nominated the project online.

Active Action 4 Children’s Bouncing Back Programme has been designed by professional stuntman Martin Shenton and Jacquie Graham, and is an outlet where young people can take part in a range of fun activities including trampolining, free running and wall climbing.

Emer-jay said: “Our new graffiti wall stands outside our studios for all to see, representing what really makes our young people tick.

“Letting them take the lead in designing our mural has inspired a strong sense of pride.”