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Light Night 2020: 'aplaceforeverythingand'

Provins, M and Ryder, C (2020) Light Night 2020: 'aplaceforeverythingand'. Light Night 2020, 15th May 2020, Online - Instagram - @aplaceforeverythingand. [Show/Exhibition]

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Home is where the heart is - and, in the UK, this is perhaps never more true than at Christmas.
The custom of sending Christmas cards in the UK began in the Victorian era. Early Christmas cards largely featured Christian imagery but, as the custom developed, images of Dickensian snow scenes and robins became popular.
In modern times, the population of the UK has changed dramatically since the Victorian era and, although a wide range of cards are now available, with humorous and secular cards offered alongside traditional themes, very few are available that represent the rich cultural diversity of people who call the UK home.
SEASONS GREETINGS is a set of fashion illustrations produced by illustrator Carol Ryder. The tongue-in-cheek illustrations are presented as non-religious greetings cards, featuring models from a range of ethnicities, ages and body-types, to include people who are under-represented in the current seasonal offering.

Item Type: Show/Exhibition
Uncontrolled Keywords: Seasons Greetings; Christmas Cards; Diversity; Fashion Illustration; Watercolour Illustration; Water Colour Illustration; Watercolor Illustration; Illustration; Fashion Diversity
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GT Manners and customs > GT500 Costume. Dress. Fashion
Divisions: Art & Design
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SWORD Depositor: A Symplectic
Date Deposited: 29 Sep 2023 15:04
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2023 15:08
URI: https://researchonline.ljmu.ac.uk/id/eprint/21602
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