A Collection Of Stickers Slapped On Walls In The Baltic Triangle: Vol. 1

Not All Forms Of Art & Culture Has To Be A Large Piece, Or Take Up Lots Of Space, Sometimes, It Can Simply Be A Sticker

A rather disgruntled cat by artist GEORGE (Credit: The Liverpudlian/Peter Eric Lang).
A rather disgruntled cat by artist GEORGE (Credit: The Liverpudlian/Peter Eric Lang).

All variants of art and culture add layer upon layer of the rich tapestry of Liverpool's vibrant boroughs. The City Centre though, is an amalgamation of Scouse Culture converging from all corners of the City Region.


Whilst stickers slapped on a wall, bin or power box may seem somewhat trivial to some, it adds more detail to a city that may be thought. These small contributions, if added in appropriate locations and on appropriate street furniture, only weaves further the fabric of a city, and not just any city - Liverpool.


Some are trying to send a message, others are for promotion, some like to flex their creative muscles in an interesting medium. From SOMA359 to the SSOSVA, AHC, Silent Belle and The Fictional Supervillain


Here are some quirky stickers that Liverpudlians, and those from afar visiting the City's Creative Quarter - The Baltic Triangle - have decorated walls, lamp posts and power boxes with.