The museum of London Docklands is a wonderful, family friendly museum with a space called the Mudlarks gallery, solely dedicated to young visitors. I was commissioned to create two large panels depicting what the docklands area was like during the 1800s and what it is like today. Each panel has a number of things hidden in the image for visitors to find. The panels are located in an area just outside the Mudlarks gallery where people gather whilst waiting for their session and so it is an ideal way to pass the time.
My illustrations also feature in the gallery itself on interactive activity boards and alongside exhibits.