This artwork is now decommissioned.
Spanish Steps, Vinyl print, 2020
In a year of people being asked to stay apart, the design features hundreds of unique, self-illustrated faces “drawn together”, placed side-by-side and shaded to form a rainbow, reflecting the public working together to tackle the pandemic. Using a community-centric creative process, the London-based designer Tash Randolph invited people across the UK to feature in this inclusive artwork by drawing their self-portraits on Instagram stories, combining the digital world with the physical. From a distance, the illuminated artwork gives the illusion of a rainbow climbing the steps, whilst up close it showcases 612 individuals who submitted a self-portrait and had their drawings rendered by Randolph.
Tash Randolph is an Art Director and Designer living and working in London. She works as an Art Director for the communications agency KesselsKramer London. Much of Tash’s work is focused on people and culture. She has a particular interest in community, getting under the skin of places and telling real stories in a unique and playful way. She has a passion for creating community centric public exhibitions. Tash wants to create work that is uplifting, honest, unique, inclusive, and inspiring for all.
Visit her website here.