Had the pleasure of being asked back for my third year running a Graffiti workshop at the London, Manchester and Cardiff StreetGamesFestivals. StreetGames is a sports charity that helps change lives and communities. They do so by supporting a network of projects which give sports and volunteering opportunities to young people in disadvantaged communities across the UK. Here is a few shots of some of the work created across the duration of the three Festivals.
Photo credit: http://loredanadenicola.com/ ©
Sketch for the window
As part of Clerkenwell Design Week I had the opportunity to work with Paul Archer Design and put my creative spin on the practices proposal for the transformation of a railway cut near Farringdon Station into a new public square, above is a taster of the live event that ran over the course of the three day event.... More info and pics to follow soon... #Farringdoncuttings
Over the course of the coming 3 days I will be taking over the glass shopfront of the Farringdon Road based practice between 12pm - 5pm. Visualising the practice's proposal for the transformation of a railway cut near Farringdon Station into a new public space.
Posted by Luke Embden at Monday, May 19, 2014