Sheffield Children’s Hospital gets a cheerful makover

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No more dragging your kids to the hospital any more! Independent designer, illustrator & lecturer, Nick Deakin, has blown some fresh air and a substantial amount of colour into the Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s treatment rooms – making hospital visits a go-go rather than a no-go for kids.

Working alongside the hospital’s charity arts programme, Artfelt, Nick infused the department with his bold characteristic style and a bright colour palette flooding the space. The project is designed to both engage and stimulate young patients and assist in clinical assessment (by providing just the right amount of visual distraction for young patients) – clever!

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Click The Children’s Hospital Charity For more info about Artfelt or the Children’s Hospital Charity’s work.


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Published by Ross

Ross grew up on the wrong side of the Jukskei. He studied at Vega and was awarded the Top Student prize at his graduation. After working as a freelancer for four years, he founded Nicework with Ben Vorster. He has a penchant for Scandinavian wood furniture and really nice shirts. He is open to bribery- all iPads are welcome. He also likes chocolate cake and is happily married.

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