A previous completed project involved the use of enamel for a series three-dimensional sculptural signage. My aim for the Mill Road Depot project is to instil a similar graphic aesthetic that will aim to provide an original and engaging identity for the new housing development.
Funded by the London Mayor’s Air Quality Fund, Tom Pearman was commissioned to design a series of enamel signs to be located within the Brockley area, in South London.
The locations included a public library, a public house, a station cafe and 3 local schools. Each artwork has a different positive message on a different opening box that contains ‘CLEANER AIR’.
It is hoped through this socially engaged public art scheme and through active public consultation combined with educational art and clean air themed workshops, that the artworks will help foster a collaborative and creative approach towards promoting cleaner air quality.