Professional Graffiti Artists, Mural Artists & Street Artists for hire at your fingertips in Birmingham.

Adam Book An Artist


Birmingham, United Kingdom



Pricing starts at £ 500

I can replicate designs if it suits my style

Interviews,Live painting events,Canvas commissions
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Apple shuffle
Nick Book An Artist


Leicester, United Kingdom

Pricing starts at £ 200

I paint my designs that have been created after working with the clients

Workshops,Interviews,Live painting events,Canvas commissions,Tattoo Design,Online Workshop,Custom designs for wallpapers or decals
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Patty Freaks
Private commission
Phat Buns
UPFEST art board
Mel Book An Artist


Banbury, United Kingdom

Pricing starts at £ 400

I paint my designs that have been created after working with the clients

Workshops,Interviews,Live painting events,Canvas commissions

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Large scale murals and street art. Community or school based artworks, anything that brings colour light and inspiration to a space or place.
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Bar in Aberdeen
Swindon Paint Festival
Shout Painted in Shorditch
Manchester club entrance artwork
Saroj Book An Artist


Kidlington, United Kingdom

Pricing starts at £ 500

I paint my designs that have been created after working with the clients

Interviews,Live painting events,Canvas commissions,Online Workshop,Workshops

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I love doing sculpture installations for galleries and offices, indoor and outdoor mural painting, drawings and illustrations. I love getting people creative so I really enjoy running workshops.
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Power Of One
Project Paintbrush Goa
Shearwater Struggle
Luke Book An Artist


Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Pricing starts at £ 500

I do not mind replicating an existing design

Workshops,Interviews,Live painting events,Online Workshop,Custom designs for wallpapers or decals,Canvas commissions,Tattoo Design
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Fantastic Fungi
Maaya Peacock mural
Queen Eleanor
Fratellis - restaurant mural
Charlotte Book An Artist


Macclesfield, United Kingdom



Pricing starts at £ 100

I do not mind replicating an existing design

Custom designs for wallpapers or decals,Canvas commissions

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Canvas paintings, drawings and mural paintings
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Vape Shop Murals
Vape Shop Murals
Rainbow Flower
Musical flowers
Megan Book An Artist


London, United Kingdom



Pricing starts at £ 850

I can replicate designs if it suits my style

Workshops,Interviews,Live painting events,Online Workshop,Canvas commissions for clients,Doing custom designs for wallpaper or decals

Pick me for:

big wall projects, and pieces that really take use of my style!
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peacocks in london
tri-coloured heron
The golden one
sea cadets
Becky Book An Artist


Manchester, United Kingdom

Pricing starts at £ 300

I can replicate designs if it suits my style

Workshops,Live painting events,Online Workshop,Canvas commissions

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I love painting typographic murals for small businesses and community organisations that allow me to use my creativity to create something bold and exciting. I love doing jobs where the client gets involved in the design process and is open to an impactful result.
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Yes Lah
Youre so awesome
Lets Go

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Banksy the street artist?

It’s not Birmingham street art without mentioning Banksy. When searching for artists in Birmingham the search page is overwhelmed with discussions of Banksy and his identity. Every street art tour in Birmingham also contains stops to his work. He is everywhere! Arguably, globally, Banksy is the most known street artist outside of the street art community. His "murals" or stencils are most undoubtedly illegal hence his reason for anonymity. The stencils are often humorous images containing thought-provoking messages of anti-war, anti-capitalism or anti-establishment. Those who have had the opportunity to discover the man behind the mural described him as a "white, scruffy casual man, with a silver tooth." A remarkably unidentifiable description.

Is graffiti art or vandalism?

Graffiti art has a long history of being misunderstood. While it began as illegally tagging private property, modern artists use their powers for good not destruction. The defining word isn’t ‘graffiti’ but it is ‘art’. Graffiti art and street art is completely different to graffiti tags. Tagging is often impulsive and found on fences, trains and alleyways. Graffiti art, especially modern graffiti art, is often commissioned, planned and executed professionally. Street art has transformed Birmingham’s city streets into an immersive art museum.

How much does it cost to hire street artist in Birmingham?

Birmingham mural artists range in prices depending on size, location and the experience of the artists. Mural artists in Birmingham set their own rates per project. It is difficult to give an exact number as there are many elements that go into creating a quote. A rough estimate might be 50GBP – 300GBP per square metre. But, the best way to get a price for your project is to either connect with Birmingham street artists on the platform or post your job. We encourage preparing a budget and knowing the width and height of your wall for speedy replies!

Where can I hire graffiti artist Birmingham?

We recommend using a marketplace such as Book An Artist to hire street artist in Birmingham as we offer insurance and a list of pre-vetted local artists. Artists can be hired from anywhere, if there is an artist in another city whose work you adore – why not buy a canvas painting? Should your funds allow it, ask the artist to travel. Many local artists are flexible with location and are happy to travel for exciting projects. Don’t just stop at your walls, Birmingham street artists are available for live mural painting or workshops. A unique way to get involved with creating art amongst the professionals.
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Graffiti Artists for Hire Birmingham

Also known as the ‘capital of the Midlands’, Birmingham is the home to a rich history of cultures, styles and street art. Located 90 minutes from London by train, Birmingham’s network of canals and inner-city streets are lined with cool bars, trendy cafes and magnificent mural paintings. The ye olde medieval days had Birmingham sitting pretty due to their exceptional levels of creativity and innovation. The first notable record of an artist paying his bills via painting in Birmingham comes from a dusty document scribed by author, Samuel Johnson. The 17th century writer wrote of his relationship with an Irish artist who taught him to “live in a garret at eighteen pence a week.” Centuries later artists are paid a little more than eighteen pence and the creative scene in Birmingham continues to thrive, focusing heavily on the welcoming of tourists from both near and far. Gyms, pubs, bars, cafes, restaurants, bowling alleys, schools, co-working spaces are all ideal spaces for mural painting. Birmingham is most known for ‘It’s Nice To Have You in Birmingham’ mural painted in 2014 by one of Birmingham’s signwriters. Signwriting not your cup of tea? An interactive mural titled ‘Wings of Avondale’ acts as a perfect pitstop for a quick Instagram snap. Many of Birmingham’s murals are drenched in colour and contain messages of strength and positivity. The ‘capital of the Midlands’ continues to blossom with new and exciting street art painted by local Birmingham graffiti artists. (Oh, in case you were wondering – a “garret” is a habitable, but small, attic).

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