The Battle of Lincoln Knight represents 800 years since the Battle of Lincoln in 1217. This is my design interpretation of a knight during this period. I wanted to reflect ‘Lincoln’ by using the Lincoln flag and its strong colours. I have kept my design clean and bold, as I wanted it to be a true representation of a knight on a horse without over complicating it. I imagine my knight standing tall and protecting Lincoln Castle and the rest of Lincoln during the Lincoln Knights' Trail 2017.
By Amy Sayer
Amy is a graphic designer and Illustrator from Lincoln. Amy has travelled the world for her design career, including living and working in San Diego, California. Amy now owns a design business in Lincoln. Since living back in the UK, Amy appreciates the British culture and environment more than ever.www.eighty3five.co.uk
Sponsored by Bailgate Guild/Steep Hill Independents
The Bailgate Area Guild & Steep Hill Independents represent over 200 independent businesses in Lincoln's Cathedral and Cultural Quarters up and down Lincoln's famous Steep Hill (voted Britain's Great Street 2012). Made up of unique independent shops, hotels, galleries, eateries, museums, theatres, the castle, the cathedral. Most of whom have contributed to the sponsoring of our 'Independent Knight'.