This design is a representation and celebration of the diverse range of individuals that have helped hold the country together over the past year. The distortion in the faces represents the idea that nobody’s journey is perfect. These imperfections illustrate the collective highs and lows that we have all experienced and how it can be a way to unite us. Brontë Palmer is a visual artist based in Brighton.
Thought-provoking, unconventional and fearlessly creative, Selfridges has always sought to do things a little differently. More than a shop, Selfridges is a social space with sustainability at its heart, powered by imagination, curiosity and creativity.