Jamaica Street is now home to a brand-new piece of art, thanks to 18-year-old Illustrator & Artist Sean Webster.
Adding another mural to his artistic CV, Sean’s colour-filled mural titled “TOGETHER” was created in just under six hours and is a welcomed addition to the street.
The piece is all about the feeling of togetherness and happiness that has been felt by the people of Liverpool since the lockdown rules were loosened last week.
This happy and colourful piece is another one in Sean’s portfolio of previous murals that can be found on Edge Lane, Booker Avenue and the City Centre.
This positive new painting has been designed to portray the light at the end of the tunnel and bring a smile to people’s faces.
Sean has been creating his work since a young age and his work has brushed paths with the likes of Sean Lennon, Phil X and Brian Ray to name a few. Sean works from his City Centre based studio in MerseryMade on Paradise Street where you can find him working and purchase original pieces of his work.’
Sean started illustrating in 2016 and has since built up an outstanding portfolio of work. His eye-catching drawing style is recognised and collected all around the world.
Alongside illustrating 50+ picture books, Sean built up a large following by selling a range of merchandise featuring his work. He is well known for his colourful murals. Sean’s work has been featured in 5 exhibitions and he has put his skills to good use by curating 2 art campaigns in support of various charities. Sean represented Instagram as an Arts Ambassador. He was the Winner of the People’s Book Prize in 2017 and a Finalist at the 2018 Echo Awards.
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