01 - Quintessentially English

The limited use of red and white on one side of the design and the lush green countryside on the other, is in celebration of everything English, as the Knights' Trail acknowledges a significant change in English law and the role of the English town of Lincoln. Iconic imagery from leisure and aviation, heritage and farming, relaxation and recreation, engineering and architecture as well as food, encapsulate England at its best.

By David Graham

David not only teaches art in an all girls school in Liverpool but is also a freelance artist/graphic designer.  He continues to extend his artist practice by using a range of 2D and 3D media to produce his own work as well as participating in collaborative community projects such as public murals, mosaics and graffiti knitting.  In 2009, David staged an exhibition of his pupils’ artwork on The Fourth Plinth in Traflagar Square as part of Antony Gormley’s ‘One and Other’ project.  More recently, David’s designs appeared in other Wild in Art sculpture trails in Birmingham’s ‘The Big Hoot’ and Salisbury’s ‘The Barons’ Charter’.