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Lozells Mural Trail by CREATENOTDESTROY's local artist Bunny Bread

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About Downlow

Downlow is a mural art trail of brand new illustrations featuring untold stories, quotes and thought-provoking activism. 

Recently, local street artist Mr Bunny Bread (from internationally-respected art collective CREATENOTDESTROY) has been designing, illustrating and installing outdoor art murals in the Lozells area, to promote community cohesion, culture and a collective voice.

Downlow has been commissioned as a part of Gallery37, a creative development programme investing in North Birmingham.

Mural Trail

We want to see you explore Lozells and discover untold stories by yourself or with your friends & families.

You’re in the right place to hear from street artist, Mr Bunny Bread himself, about why he has created each of these murals, in his own words.

Start trail: St George's Skate Park

“Located in the heart of Georges Park, this is your skate park to be safe, skate, play and enjoy.”

 

To Raise A Child, 1 George St

“The African proverb 'It Takes A Village To Raise A Child' is to reflect the very nature of Lozells and the community that lives within it”

 

Muslim Skating Girl, 250 George St / Lozells Rd

“Yes, a skater girl! Let's represent the young, active women within the community who do cool things too!”

 

Windrush / NHS, 15 Heathfield Rd

“There is no better time to celebrate the NHS nurses who swooped in during Windrush and became the backbone to a failing structure at the time. Thank you!”

 

Flowers & Abstract Art, 161 Lozells Rd

“Flowers of remembrance to commemorate all those we lost during the pandemic.”

 

Sound System Culture, 56B Lozells Rd

“What is Handsworth and Lozells without Sound System Culture? Shout out Siffa Sound System, performing at Handsworth Carnival 1983 (Original taken by Vanley Burke)”

 

Muhammad Ali, 64 Lozells Rd

“A tribute to Muhammad Ali when he came to Lozells in 1982.”

 

Abstract Art, 24 Lozells Rd & 1 Guildford St

“SKN Building inspired by the buildings company colours and architecture and the SKN Building back wall is to resemble therapy in colours”

 

Welcome to Lozells, 1 Lozells Rd

“Last but definitely not least, a massive Welcome To Lozells to greet any and everybody that visits!”

 










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