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The artwork was commissioned by Haringey Council as part of (RE)Imagine Wood Green, a project aimed at making civic spaces feel safer and more approachable. The rows of books envelop the side of the library building from street level to the top. Some of the book spines display the word "library" in different languages to reflect and celebrate the cultural diversity of the community of Wood Green.Commissioner Name :
Haringey Council through the Mayor of London Good Growth Fund
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The artwork was commissioned by Haringey Council as part of (RE)Imagine Wood Green. The project was facilitated and installed by BudStudio (@budstudio_)
United Kingdom (UK)
Anna Nicolò is an Italian illustrator living and working in London. Her work is influenced by her background in graphic design, often combining hand drawn elements and bold geometric shapes to create work that’s playful and up-lifting. She has worked on branding and editorial projects, as well as being involved in several public realm commissions for Haringey Council and St. Modwen in Nine Elms.