Northwood Hills Mural
Unveiled by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, December 2014.
This is Britains largest mural of its kind.
A 12-layer silk screen design, 65 meters long, printed and kiln fired in vitreous enamels on metal panels.
It can be found at Northwood Hills Tube station and was commissioned by the London Borough of Hillingdon as part of a £1million town regeneration project, funded by the GLA with support from Transport for London.
The mural was produced in collaboration with my good friend, artist and business partner Gordon Collet and manufactured by Links Signs.
This mural is so long it doesn't fit in to a photograph, so after the initial location shots, I've put the original design up to scroll through.
**Because this mural is so long please use the scroll bar/slider at the bottom of your browser to scroll through this gallery from left to right.**