Huge outdoor mural
Sept-Oct. 2007 - A phone call from Ruth Moyler, a teacher at Pilgrim's Way Primary School in Peckham, London led to Jonathan creating a 110 metre long wall mural at the school. 'Volunteer Centre, Southwark' co-ordinated the project bringing nearly 200 volunteers from 'Ernst and Young', the accountancy business, who also provided all the finance for the project.
Jonathan worked with all the children in the school creating monoprint images of 180 faces, one from each of the children. Then over a period of 3 days the previously vandalised wall around the school's football pitch was completely transformed.
Jonathan's concept firstly involved the volunteers creating shadows of themselves in the background and then he transfered the 180 face drawings onto the wall.
There was stunned silence as the children gathered on the football pitch for a grand unveiling and Richard Edwards, the Head Teacher declared 'what a transformation, the best art project I have ever seen!'