RFA Designers aims to communicate the roles of the seven organisations which care for the Lake District, in this exhibition hosted by the Lake District National Park Authority in Windermere. ‘The danger was that the exhibition would be wordy because of its subject matter and disjointed because it is housed in three separate rooms. We have used illustrations to bind it all together,’ says RFA principal Richard Fowler. Edinburgh artist Tim Chalk created the illustrations for the exhibition called Who Cares?
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