Posts tagged Morag Myerscough

Sebas Velasco (b. 1988) has maintained a continuous activity in the street, painting walls in different cities around the globe. During all these years, Sebas has maintained a continuous activity in the Street, painting walls in different Spanish and European cities. It is in the streets where he finds inspiration for his studio work. Thereby in “Public Provocations” show, he begins with graffiti writers in action and broadens his attention then to other concepts around it, such as Street-culture, architecture or nightlife. 

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Morag Myerscough

Morag Myerscough’s work often orchestrates type and form and space informed, perhaps, by her graphic design education . Her use of colour is solid, chunky, with a rhythm and the influence of textile. She’s increasingly sought out to work on larger and bolder projects, from the Deptford Project Café and MVMNT Café to The Bernie Grant Arts Centre Café and The Design Museum in London. She’s been lauded with numerous award nominations including the Design Museum’s Design of the Year and has been awarded the position of Royal Designer for Industry.

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