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New artwork for Bell London

Take a look at our eye-catching artwork in the London school, created by talented students from the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University. 

Our London school is situated in the heart of London and only a 2 minute walk from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. 

So, it seemed fitting to take inspiration from Shakespeare for the artwork in our London school - his words brought to life by talented students from the Cambridge School of Art at Anglia Ruskin University.

Take a look at their amazing work below.

Shadow of a big cat next to a smaller cat

 

'We know what we are but know not what we may be'
Hamlet 

Artwork by Rosie Dore

Roses on a white background

 

'What's in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.'
Romeo and Juliet

Artwork by Cecelia

Theatre performer on stage surrounded by trees

 

'All the world's a stage'
As you like it

Artwork by Joana Pinto

Man holding a steaming mug of coffee

 

'No legacy is as rich as honest'.
All's well that ends well

Artwork by Marta Lupescu

Old fashioned watches in amongst waves

 

'Come what may, time and the hour runs through the roughest day'
Macbeth

Artwork by Cecelia 

Person climbing up a tree

 

'Be not afraid of greatness'
Twelfth Night

Artwork by Joana Pinto

Pages of a book on a night sky

 

'This learning what a thing it is!'
The Taming of the Shrew

Artwork by Marta Lupescu

Two hands holding an oyster

 

'The world's mine oyster'
Merry Wives of Windsor

Artwork by Joana Pinto

Person in front of stars

 

'It is not in the stars that hold our destiny, but in ourselves'
Julius Caesar

Artwork by Marta Lupescu

Grey birds on a white background

 

'To thine own self be true'
Hamlet

Artwork by Cecelia

Don't forget to tag us in your pictures with the murals on Facebook (/bellenglishstudents) or Instagram (@bell_english)