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Anna Lincoln

Visual design for the arts


Exhibition graphic design

An installation at the National Trust’s Kingston Lacy to mark fifty years since the partial decriminalization of homosexuality. It examines the exile of former owner William John Bankes, revealing the significance of his story for understanding the house today and ongoing challenges faced by the LBGTQ community. The design language takes its form from Bankes’s love of Egyptian artefacts and from modern, political manifestos.

In collaboration with Richard Sandell, Julie Howell, Tom butler and Lea Nagano


Anna is a London-based freelance designer and researcher, who collaborates with spatial designers, curators, writers and digital designers to create experiences for cultural, commercial and public spaces.
Clients include the British Musem, Royal Museums Greenwich and the National Trust. 

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MA Narrative Environments,
Central Saint Martins, UAL

BA Graphic Design,
Camberwell College of Arts, UAL