With the amount of work that's been going on I'm gonna pick up the pace with this blog and post as much as possible. All new updates will be post on our twitter page.
I caught up with Paul Hickey and asked him a few questions and to talk about some of his work. He's been working with Rikki Hewitt and together have created the Four Eyes Collective.
Choose a noun, adjective and verb that best describes your work.
Have you done any work outside of university?
What is your preferred working enviroment? (studio, home, music, outside etc???)
Where in London is your favourite gallery and why? Where was the last exhibition you went to and what did you think of it?
What's does your next project entail?
‘Down Street Station’ This was my entry for the 2012 Serco Prize for Illustration. The brief required an illustration which showed a hidden side to London, particularly its transport system. Serco wanted it to excite and interest the public.
I focussed on Down Street Station. It was initially closed in 1932 and has been relatively forgotten about by the public since then. But it has a rich, secret history that many do not know about. During the Second World War, Prime Minister, Winston Churchill used it as a secret meeting place for himself and his War Cabinet. The disused station provided the safety and peace needed for planning Britains’ victory in the War.