Commissioned by Sustrans Scotland part of the Pocket Places Programme to create vibrant and welcoming shutter artwork to add interest into the public realm, to encourage people to explore the area on foot, bike and other non-motorised transport. 
The Albert Bar design is filled with colourful patterns, shapes and colours taken from the local area, such as the row of 7 arches inspired by the arches of the windows of the Baxter Park Pavilion, zig zags from the public art sculpture on princess street.  A colourful zig zag of squares extends onto the other shutters to  look like the squares were falling off like an old school video game and bouncing in a zig zag shape.
You can read more about it all the shutters on my blog here
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