Mr T's Artworks

The Karzy Mural

This Karzy Mural exists at the top of the stairs of a Bristol town-house. It was created over the course of 18 months in 1996-1998 and used 12 square metres of MDF board, over 200 countersunk screws, more wood-filler than you could shake a piece of quarter-inch dowling at, a foray of fixtures and fittings, and a couple of splashes of paint. It was one of ten regional winners in a national competition for idiosyncratic interior decoration sponsored by Direct Line Insurance, leading to the ultimate accolade of a colour feature in the Sunday Mirror colour supplement.

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The Karzy Door The Door viewed from the seated position The Door Opened
The Back Wall all the way to the top The View up above the door from the seated position The back wall
The View at the top from the seated position

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