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6 years, 7 months ago Posted in: News 0
Olympic Dreams

This great summer of sporting action, reminded us of a project we were involved in a few years ago. Just before the Olympics, I spotted a story about 1948 swimming bronze medalist Catherine Gibson. We had featured Catherine in a mural we did in Motherwell back in 2008, having produced a painting of her, from a […]


6 years, 8 months ago Posted in: News 0
A Great New Way to Fund Your Next Project!

Calling all community groups! Have you ever had a great idea to improve your community but couldn’t get the funding for it? Get yourself in touch with Spacehive. They are the world first crowd funding platform for neighbourhood improvement projects. This can be anything from funding a new community centre, to improving the public realm, […]


6 years, 9 months ago Posted in: News 0
Jim Powers - Mosaic Man

We came across this fabulous film while searching for similar tiled mural projects to the ones 6274 produce. Jim Powers aka the Mosaic Man has been transforming the Lower East Side of Manhattan with mosaics, one lamppost at a time since the early 80s. Around fifty of his mural lamp posts were destroyed by the Giuliani […]


6 years, 9 months ago Posted in: News 0
New Sculpture Commission Wanted for Port Glasgow

6274 Public Art have been working closely with Riverside Inverclyde for many years. There is now a fantastic opportunity for an artist or arts organisation to produce a new artwork or sculpture installation at a prominent location in Port Glasgow. Below is the brief and link to the Pre Qualification Questionnaire. Best of luck to […]


6 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Portobello - Shop on the Prom Project

6274 Public Art have had the pleasure of working with the local traders of Portobello Main Street on a fantastic City of Edinburgh Council led Shop on the Prom project. Our task was to come up with a creative idea that would link the high street with the promenade and involve the local business community. […]


6 years, 10 months ago Posted in: News 0
Shop On The Prom - Portobello

6274 Public Art have had the pleasure of working with the local traders of Portobello Main Street on a fantastic City of Edinburgh Council lead Shop on the Prom project. The final shots were reworked, designed and printed onto nearly 50 metres of graphic mesh along the promenade in time for the Keep Scotland Beautiful […]


Dress Up for Dalry Shop Front Graphics

6274 worked with the Economic Development Department of North Ayrshire Council and local traders association Business Dalry to brighten up the windows and doors of a derelict local pub on a main junction of Dalry, Scotland.   Our task was to plan, photography, design, print and install fantastic new graphics to the disused shop front […]


7 years, 2 months ago Posted in: News 0
Dress Up for Dalry Photo Shoot

Are you up for dressing up, and becoming part of a fun new artwork? The plan is to feature Dalry pub patrons through the ages, in the various windows and doors that are currently boarded up on the former Club Bar. If you are, come along to the photo shoot on Monday 20th February from […]


7 years, 2 months ago Posted in: News 0
Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality  – The Possibilities for Use in Public Art We first came across the idea of augmented reality from one of our tile suppliers and since then have been blown away with the endless possibilities of using it in our future work. The idea that one of our underpasses or murals could come alive […]


7 years, 2 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Dumbarton Lomography Underpass Project

6274 Public Art were commissioned by West Dunbartonshire Council to carry out a community photography project to create fantastic final graphics for the the Strathleven Underpass Development. Rather than simply using standard digital cameras to take photos of people and places within the local area we used a selection of Lomography Cameras to create a […]