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#wheelchair #cushion

Freemasonry Wheelchair Cushion

Showcasing sustainable art to wider audience

UAL: Central Saint Martins | 2019
Duration: 3 months

Material: Wool, Cotton
Tools: Screen printing, Sewing Machine, Photoshop, Illustrator

Location: London, UK

Can design influence how a wheelchair user experiences a museum?

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| Background | 

This project focused on giving confidence to wheelchair users. It came to my attention that wheelchair users are often looked upon by abled citizens as sympathetic creatures rather than that of a normal human being. Therefore I wanted to create a branding system which would display a sense of originality for the wheelchair user.

Process

| Inspiration | 

Location the wheelchair cushions will be used

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Idea Generation

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| Making | 

Screen printing and Sewing

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Outcome

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