Regular Posts Tagged ‘public art’
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 […]


7 years, 4 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Greenock Street Scene Mural

Graphic Tiled Street Scene comes back to life in Greenock 6274 public art were commissioned by Riverside Inverclyde to bring a well known street mural back to the town of Greenock, Inverclyde. The Mural was in place on the walls of the Westburn underpass for decades before it was taken down and replaced by a […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Coatbridge Underpass

Anti Graffiti Graphic Tile The North Calder Heritage Trail is a linear route that travels from Summerlee Heritage Park, through Coatbridge, before winding ten miles into the surrounding countryside. It is important that the trail remain interesting and easy to navigate as it winds through Coatbridge, and so North Lanarkshire Council commissioned us to decorate […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Albion Street Mural

Albion Street Mural Project. 6274 were commissioned by Merchant City Properties to design a small tiled mural for their empty Albion Street, Glasgow site. We worked with local museums to source images of the area from Glasgow’s past. The Merchant City was once one of Glasgow’s main Fruit and Veg trading hubs and the images […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Glebe Tennis Courts

6274 individually illustrated four life size tennis banners for Irvinbay Regeneration Company as they promoted the new Glebe tennis courts in Saltcoats, Scotland. The courts were officially opened on Sunday 17th October by Judy Murray, who also ran a coaching session for 50 local young people. Each banner has a hidden tennis star located in the […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
London Road Mural

6274 worked along side Lead Artist Peter McCaughey and his team at WAVE, Glasgow regeneration company Clyde Gateway and their partners Dawn Construction to produce a 100 metre long artwork as part of the new Eastgate office building project. We engaged with pupils and teachers of Eastbank Academy in Shettleston  as well as local artists […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Dalry Public Art

Dalry is a small town set in attractive scenery in North Ayrshire. We were commissioned to design a new logo for the town and design artwork for a number of empty shop fronts. Some towns have an apparent core image, for example, a building, industry or famous inhabitant. With Dalry, there were no obvious candidates […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Port Glasgow In Bloom

Port Glasgow kids have revealed hidden talents to designers from 6274, as they worked together over 3 days to produce over 80 stunning floral paintings. Taking flowers as a theme, the children attending the summer play scheme at Boglestone Community Centre produced stunning paintings. Artist Bruce Macaulay added, “So often children are denied quality materials, […]


7 years, 10 months ago Posted in: Public and Community Art, Urban Regeneration 0
Motherwell Underpass

North Lanarkshire Council wanted to redevelop Motherwell town centre. Pedestrian access to the town was via four covered underpasses that were in need of upgrading. 6274 were commissioned to create a more welcoming entrance to the town centre for both residents and visitors alike. We sourced a technique that meant photographic images could be applied tile […]