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- Charlotte CoxLike shiny, bright, sweet wrappers, my childhood felt warm, safe, full of rainbows. Although my little brother could be annoying, we had an unbreakable bond, a bond that would silently hover at the top of the stairs that night as we listened, frightened by Papa and Uncle's urgent whispers. Mirrored by the tic-tocking clock and mother's muffled tears, an echo of what would come. Now, cold, lost, hopeless, lifted up like a piece of beating meat, I cling onto those fractured memories of familiar11
- Siddi TribeIllustration project to create images as part of an informative, documentary article as part of a magazine for The Guardian. The illustrations convey the Siddi Tribes place in Indian Society through the use of the caste system and their social/economic struggles. The images engage the audience to explore the African tribe living in India and empathise with how they live.
- Mango Bikes. Spokes Newington.Brands can't have fun. Or can they? Maximus Outdoor ran a competition in early 2021 to celebrate the importance of neighbourhoods. After sifting through a bazillion entries, the judges chose our entry for Mango. "We really liked the sense of humour and simple play on words that tied in with the local area. And the environment works particularly well for this brand". It's slapped 5m high on the side of a building on Stoke Newington High Street. If it doubt, tickle and tittilate the public.3
- The Brooklyn Virtual Edition FairEnjoy art differently this May 11-16 at our Brooklyn Virtual Edition Fair in partnership with BOMBAY SAPPHIRE®, where you can experience everything you love about The Other Art Fair online and for free from anywhere in the world. Browse and shop artworks by 100+ independent artists, plus get your creative juices flowing with free online workshops, digital art projects, talks and tours. Find out more and register to preview the online event on May 11: http://toaf.com/TheDots3
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