I love this 17th century painting by Jan van Kessel of a dragonfly, two moths, a spider and some beetles with wild strawberries. It inspired me when I finished the abstract mural – The Flight of the Dragonfly – for the Korean restaurant Paranhodu (London, SE14).
The Flight of the Odonata (Dragonfly) at Paranhodu, Korean Restaurant
The RIVER FLUX mural commissionaire, Berkeley Homes at the base of Aragon Tower (SE8). In the run-up to the work, several workshops including sound were held with residents to engage with the mural. It was recently used by Harper’s Bazaar for an interview with artist Phoebe Boswell. Photography: Emile Holba
FOUR WORDS (2016) , curated by Alan Dunn location: media wall opposite Liverpool Lime Street station. The project interrupted the flow of advertising and invited artists to present four-word statements about the complex month of January. FOUR WORDS explores diversity and accessibility by bringing people together to think about complex issues
University Hospital Lewisham NHS concept and images for all 7 floors