Lucinda Rogers began a series in London in 2001 with a drawing made on a roof in Spitalfields. Working from life in pen and ink and watercolour, she began to record buildings and ways of life that are changing or disappearing, particularly in the East End.
PESTLE- Social. Members of the society of the United Kingdom, specifically London, enjoy a very high standard of living. Both women and men have a strong interest in personal and cosmetic welfare, including care for their hair. This will be analysed further when looking into the industry (MarketLine A, 2015).
Storytelling with Forms and Patterns: Prints and Textiles by...
Parallel lines in different shades are used to create a repetitive pattern, blended to create cut structures (City buildings). Rather than colouring the buildings, they are outlined, some stippled and cross hatched; creating a monotonous effect