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Marvellous Murals for all kinds of interior exterior art decoration

Marvellous Murals
for all kinds of murals

mural artist paints murals for commission schools, commercial and public. 


The day to day musings of a mural artist as he goes about painting marvellous murals
anywhere that people will let him.
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As the year winds down

Posted on October 5, 2018 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (401)

Hi Everyone,

Autumn is officially here, woo! It’s been a busy couple of months at marvellous murals as we’ve moved through the summer months and into October (the best of all the months!).

Art in the Park took place back in August, and Dean visited Kent to help me paint some large pink wild flowers on a metal container at Milton Creek. We used a mixture of spray paint and masonry paint and managed to brighten up this little corner of the park. I...

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The year so far!

Posted on July 31, 2018 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (94)

Hello everyone,

Apparently, I haven’t written a blog since the end of last year… where has the time gone?! It’s already almost August!

I have been pretty busy for this first half of the year (evidently) working alone mostly, but Dean has assisted with some larger projects (mainly the ones involving stairs and scaffolding).

At the beginning of the year I worked at Perry Mount Primary in London for three weeks. During week ...

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Night Time Cars Mural

Posted on December 11, 2017 at 8:10 AM Comments comments (2342)


The festive season is upon us! And we’ve even had some snow (which almost instantly turned to sludge then disappeared, but hey, still snow!). It’s always a little slow for us this time of year, but (I’ve been keeping busy in the studio and preparing for some upcoming projects in the New Year.

At the end of November I had a fun job in Norfolk, where I spent two weeks painting a night time Disney Cars themed bedroom for a little boy n...

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Trees, Jungles and Halloween

Posted on November 1, 2017 at 12:35 PM Comments comments (96)

Hello everyone,

Back in September, Dean came back to Kent to help to paint a large blossom tree on the side of a house in Faversham that a couple wanted painted as their anniversary gift to each other. We had to use the scaffold tower as they wanted the tree almost as high as the wall. It took us two days to paint and we also included some sunflowers at the base of the tree as they were the couple’s wedding flower and so have a special significance for them. We had man...

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To The Zoo

Posted on September 19, 2017 at 9:45 AM Comments comments (1)

Hello everyone,

I thought I’d just write a little blog about the last two weeks, during which I got to visit Deans Zoo! We had a job in Pembrokeshire painting a little girls bedroom, which is about a 2 hour drive from Borth, where Dean and his family now live. I drive a 26 year old Nissan Micra and I love her to pieces, but I didn’t really fancy making the 6 hour drive to Wales on my own, so as Dean had been visiting Kent that weekend we decided that I would tra...

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Pubs, parks, stars and BMX

Posted on August 29, 2017 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (0)


August has been a busy month here at Marvellous Murals. At the beginning of the month, Dean came back from Wales for a few days to help me paint the outside of the Fountain of Ale, a pub by Sittingbourne Station that has recently changed ownership so was having a bit of a makeover. I designed the logo for them a few months ago when the client first got in contact. Once the pubs exterior had been repainted and we had some space in our schedule, we were able to start th...

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Lego, Tigers and Woodland

Posted on July 25, 2017 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (103)


This month has been another busy one! At the end of June, Dean and I were back in Ipswich to paint another blossom tree in the home that my sister and I previously painted a large blossom tree that spanned two floors. The client felt as if the wall opposite the one we previously painted, now looked a little bare, so asked us to paint a smaller blossom tree tie in with their other mural. This smaller tree was completed in two days and helped to make the whole space see...

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Peppa Pig, Ceilings, Superheroes and Dinosaurs!

Posted on June 21, 2017 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (98)

Hi All,

It’s been another couple of months of adjusting, whilst Dean has been finalising his move to Wales and I’ve been getting used to a lot of working alone (meaning I’ve made my way through an astonishing number of podcasts and audiobooks – perks of the job!) and learning how to have a more active role in the business.

Dean returned to Kent mid May to help me paint the large soft play area at Demelza House. They wanted lots of b...

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Bees, Trees and Beatrix Potter

Posted on May 4, 2017 at 9:35 AM Comments comments (0)


Well, it has been an odd month or so here at Marvellous Murals. Dean made the move to Wales at the beginning of April with his family and it’s been a bit of a learning curve for me, still in Kent. I think Dean’s settling into the zoo life, though I imagine it’s been a bit of a shock! But I’ve no doubt that over the next few months they will get firmly into the swing of things.

A few years ago Dean painted a lovely colourful be...

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Gardens, Lettering, Aprils Fools and a Dodge Charger.

Posted on April 10, 2017 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (98)

Hello again,

It’s been a bit of an unsettled time here at Marvellous Murals, as Dean and his family are currently in the process of moving to Wales because they bought a zoo! Dean will be mostly located in Wales from this point, but will still be popping back to Kent from time to time.


In March we managed to finish off the garden underpass mural that we started last November in Wokingham. We had to put a hold on things just before Christmas as the we...

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