At Jacobs Well subway in Bradford, a team of Volunteer artists used unwanted and recycled paint donated by Bradford Community RePaint that would otherwise have gone onto landfill to create the murals .
The Mural Project which was Managed By Bradford RePaint took several months in Planning and creating working closely with Bradford Council and the Media mesuem to agree Designs and get the artwork completed.
Twelve walls show scenes with well-known people and landmarks including Salts Mill, the Wool Exchange and Bradford City Football Club.
Karen Hutchinson, project manager for the Bradford Community RePaint scheme says: “Before we came along, these areas were grotty and dull. The team of artists, long-term unemployed people and volunteers are showing what you can do with unwanted paint, a product that’s so often wasted.”
Images of the finsihed project, thanks to all the volunteers and artists that put so much time and effort in to getting it completed