I was commissioned to design and install a 23m x 3.8m mural to tell the stories of the historic town of Corsham in Wiltshire.


The mural was designed in 3 layers: the town's underground tunnels which were created during the mining of the area's Bath stone, the street level and the local architecture. The mural is based on a timeline spanning from the 17th century through to the modern day. The mural highlights some of the town's more noted buildings and it's inhabitants through the centuries, as well as the resident peacocks who roam freely through the streets.