At 25 metres long and 10 metres high, situated next to the iconic Helter Skelter at the far end of the Brighton Palace Pier, the mural is visible from several miles away and is a bold but light hearted addition to the Brighton Palace Pier skyline.
“Laughing Seagulls” by Cosmo Sarson, Brighton Palace Pier, 2020
The mural pictures two seagulls with human bodies sat in deckchairs, relaxed and laughing, holding hands with not a care in the world.
A Brighton resident, Cosmo Sarson made headlines around the world for his street art mural of ‘Breakdancing Jesus’ opposite Banksy’s ‘Mild, Mild West’ in Bristol. His painting of Jesus breakdancing in the Vatican became a viral meme and is still bouncing around the internet several years later.