Are you a graphic artist who can create inspiring streetscapes of London?
- By London Cycling Campaign on at 1:30pm 19 August 2011
- Posted in: News and blogs
- Tagged with: blackfriars, design, Architecture, embankment, parliament square, urban, graphics, town planning
A key part of our work is persuading decision-makers to remodel our streets so they're more appealing for cyclists and walkers.
To boost major campaigns such as Blackfriars and the forthcoming ‘Go Dutch’, we need top-quality visuals to inspire the public, the media and politicians.
Working with the campaigns team, could you turn ideas and drawings into images showing how iconic routes and locations could be redesigned to make a more people-friendly London?
- How a new Blackfriars could provide hundreds of extra square metres of space for pedestrians, with room for cyclists, cafes and bike parking
- Demonstrating what a reduced-traffic or traffic-free Embankment would look like with an uninterrupted and dedicated cycle path
- How Parliament Square might look if it were remodelled to create a truly tourist and people-friendly location
If you're comfortable creating realistic and recognisable streetscapes, using the graphics software of your choice, please send examples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rates of pay are negotiable.
Aylesbury Estate (above) by Urban Graphics
Sutherland Avenue (top of page) by David Morley Architects