Archive for July, 2014


Underpass project update

Jason has been out painting once again and progressing rather nicely with his character piece of George Alcock. Look at that star map!




We’ll be running 2 free workshops for 11-16 year olds this summer as part of Vivacity Peterborough-Libraries ImagiNation project. Create a piece of art inspired by your favourite book, Friday 15th and 22nd August 10am – 3.30pm at the Central Library on Broadway, with lunch provided. There will be model making, photography, drawing, photo manipulation, digital media and tonnes more. Spread the word! Click here to find out more



Underpass project – GBY Monster

Jason has been out painting again! This time with a slightly more abstract concept, something we’ve been calling the “GBY Monster”.

We wanted to give appreciation to grassroots projects in the city, projects that have little or no help from funding or external bodies but ones that have been done just for the sheer passion of it all. We’ve used the incredible The Green Backyard as inspiration for this but it’s also a nod towards many other projects like The Glass Onion, The Muddy Collective and Positive Outlook Records to name but a few.

We’ve dubbed the people around the monster “Dozers” & “Anti-Dozers”, a bit of a Fraggle Rock reference there! 🙂 The Dozers represent the tireless volunteers and workers of Peterborough that have helped build and shape the city into what it has become today and given it a rich, sometimes untold history to be proud of. The Anti-Dozers represent those that have sometimes stood in the way of progression or have held back cultural development.



RHS Hampton Court Flower show

Paper Rhino are all over RHS – Royal Horticultural Society Hampton Court Flower show this year! Not only have we be involved in some promotion materials but Jay will be working from the press tent on site at the show next week. Most importantly Amanda made this beautiful flyer commissioned by Metal Peterborough for Jeni Cairns’ show garden, inspired by The Green Backyard! Go Peterborough!


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