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‘Gems’ by Syd Hausmann

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‘Gems’ by Syd Hausmann“When I got the brief for this project, one of the first things that popped into my head were the colourful, spiky potatoes that debuted a few years on London’s bus shelters – and how much I loved them. And I thought of all the things that made the city so wonderful: the people, the things to do, the diversity, the energy.. but it’s the unexpected surprises that truly delight me. From a potato on a bus shelter to a whole new area in London previously unvisited, my word had to be: hidden gems.”

Black = GEMS
Pink = Hidden

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‘Leafy’ by Sarah Morpeth

‘Leafy’ by Sarah Morpeth

“I lived in London for a decade in my previous life as a lawyer, and I loved it’s green spaces. I missed the countryside so much, and London’s wonderful parks gave me an important contact with nature, and a way of mapping the changing seasons. Not just its parks – so many London streets are lined with trees. I was thinking about all the different kinds of trees in London, and chose ‘Leafy’ as my word.”

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