Paint the town… The island break is a rich canvas for the many street artists who are proud to call it their home. The trail was produced by ArtHouse Jersey and tells a bigger story of island creativity….
Discover the trail.
Follow this self-guided stroll around St. Helier’s mural art trail to find colourful pieces splashed on urban corners.
Meet the artists.
Say hello and learn a little about the creative minds behind the works you’ll encounter on your artistic exploration around the streets of Jersey’s capital.
Bokra, aka Ben Robertson, is a Mural Artist creating custom artwork for businesses, homes and vehicles. Painting directly onto the wall or surface using spray paint, but also onto board or canvas using acrylic paint, experimenting with different mediums and art forms, whether representational or abstract, from digital art to street art.
Abi specialises in drawing aggressively detailed images of natural and organic matter creating surreal and other worldly landscapes to get lost in. Abi creates a range of intricately illustrated designs that are both contemporary and unique that still maintain a classic elegance.
Will Bertram is a mixed media artist most known for his cartoon-like illustrations. Will worked on various projects such as creating live art for festivals, creative workshops and exhibitions, and most recently leading creative direction for Jersey’s Go Wild Gorilla’s.
Keelie Spriggs is an illustrator with a love for repetitive pattern, strong pen-line drawing and vibrant shapes. Inspired by her travels around the world, Keelie is a local artist who thrives creating innovative concepts, ideas and art work.
Gabriel Pitcher is an international artist selected by ArtHouse Jersey to create the ‘Home’ mural, following a call out to international artists. Pitcher is familiar with socially engaged themes and worked in partnership with U.K street art organisation Wood Street Walls to create a piece of artwork that spoke to the experience of modern multicultural Jersey. Local artists Ben Robertson, James Carter, Kirsty Garcia and Olivia Garcia also contributed their talents to the production of this impressive mural.