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Anna Lincoln

Visual design for the arts

Mark

Prejudice and Pride
Art direction and editorial design

Many National Trust sites were home to, and shaped by, people who challenged conventional ideas of gender and sexuality. In 2017, 50 years after the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, National Trust explored LGBTQ heritage with a programme called Prejudice and Pride. I took inspiration from the 1980s Silence = Death poster by Act Up

Experience


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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Education


MA Narrative Environments,
Central Saint Martins, UAL


BA Graphic Design,
Camberwell College of Arts, UAL


Mark