ON THE BEAT WITH BISHOP’S STORTFORD

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To mark the centenary of The First World War, the Illustration course worked with Bishop’s Stortford Museum to produce a  graphic novel exploring how one of the greatest conflicts in history impacted day to day life in the town.

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MAX HALTON

‘Turn Those Bloomin’ Lights Out’

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MICHAEL O’BRIEN

‘The Grey Lady’s at my Door’

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‘The Conscientious Objector’

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DANIEL DUNCAN

Billeting in Bishop’s Stortford

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‘Deserter’

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MICHAEL O’BRIEN

‘The Grey Lady’s at my Door’

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CHARLOT KRISTENSEN

‘Suspected Spies’

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TARO QURESHI

‘The War has Come to Bishop’s Stortford’

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SALOME PAPADOPOULLOS

‘Captured’

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Daniel Duncan and Alex Moore, two of our graduates who contributed to the book also created an animation to accompany the project which was featured on the Times Online:

You can also find out more about the projects and artists involved here:

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