Paul Curtis, hailing from Leeds in the north of England, had already begun to develop the intricate design aesthetic and playfully subversive worldview that would become hallmarks of his work long before art school classmate Damien Hirst anointed him with the nickname, “Moose”.
However, the moniker stuck for good once he took to the streets and first began cleaning things that didn’t belong to him in the summer of 1999. Armed with only a small rag and an agenda to promote a new release from the small independent record label where he worked, he created his first work in grime in a small local tunnel. Hence, the art of “reverse graffiti” or “grime writing” was born. To read more click here.
Guest Room- Handtufted EH0300-49
"To build not only structures, but first and foremost a community, is the task — because great things are always carried forward by the community!" – Alfred Arndt
Guest Room Corridor- BX05768-33
Meeting Room- GX10951-23
Lobby Lounge- GX12845-4
Junior Ballroom- GX12832-5
Junior Ballroom Overlay
Public Space- Handtufted EH05101-5
Public Space- Handtufted FH04994-5
Public Space- GX08435-27
Large Scale Public Space- GX08435-27
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