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Phil Morsman

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Cumbrian artist Phil Morsman has designed six colourful banners for the new Llewelyn-Daviesdesigned Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle. Five 9m high panels and one which is 11m high hang along one wall of the four-storey atrium entrance and reception area, forming a colour spectrum sequence, from yellow through reds to blue. The £10,000 project was designed to be 'calming and uplifting', investing the space with 'a positive atmosphere of optimism and well-being'. The designs were made in gouache on handmade Indian rag paper and inkjet printed onto canvas.

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