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Painting the Escalators…..

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One of the most fun jobs I’ve ever done has to be painting the escalators in West12 for Petit Miracles…admittedly standing and drawing at the top of a still escalator was rather dis-orientating…

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London Fashion Dolls – Development and inspiration

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I’ve been making visits to Brick lane and researching imagery to inspire the development of my ‘London Fashion Doll’ collection.

Most of the architecture used in the collection so far are modern builds (apart from ‘Big Ben’), so I’m thinking it would be an interesting contrast if the next drawings show some classic buildings.

One thing which inspires me about East London so much is the contrast of modern, cutting edge architecture next to charming older buildings and the fact it’s merely a 10 minute walk from the diverse, Avante Garde Brick Lane to the Business District which is Bank, so the styles from both areas change dramatically!

My Fashion dolls show a cutting edge mix of vintage mixed with contemporary, cutting edge attire to show the strong styles and changes within this area.