On April 1, 2017, I participated in the “A Day In The Life of Manchester” project, a social experiment aimed at documenting 24 hours in the life of the modern day city.
The captured photos – including several of mine – have been used to create a mosaic paying “tribute to Mancunian icon, Emmeline Pankhurst, who received the most votes in our poll.
The wonderful piece of artwork has now been created by artist Nathan Wyburn and will be on proud display in Manchester Corn Exchange from tomorrow. It will remain there for the foreseeable future and you are all invited to view the artwork.”
Most impressive how the artist has created the portrait using only the photos. I’m hoping to get to the Corn Exchange this Friday to view the real thing, in the meantime here’s how it looks, with one of my contributions highlighted (image courtesy of the organisers and included here with their permission):
More information on the project at https://www.cartridgesave.co.uk/printwhatmatters/dayinthelife/