The design is based on the symbols and motifs from the University of Lincoln's Coat of Arms to create the decorative patterns, shapes and colours. Its important that the design represents the achievements of past, present and future graduates of the University and so features the knight wearing a Lincoln cap and gown. It is designed to illustrate in a contemporary style the values and principles of the University, but also as an opportunity for children to find details painted around the knight.
By Rose Bowskill
Rose graduated with a first class (BA) Hons in illustration from the University of Lincoln. She then went on to complete a PGCE in post-compulsory education and training, graduating as a teacher of Art working at Lincoln College of Art & Design. Rose is now a part-time MA Design student at the University of Lincoln, alongside being a freelance illustrator.www.rosebowskillillustration.co.uk
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