News & Art Collaborations
7th August 2023

Naomi Edmondson's unique artwork for Brighton Pride

Survival Techniques x Brighton Pride

Daler-Rowney artist Survival Techniques, aka Naomi Edmondson, created a unique artwork for the Brighton Pride taking place in August in Brighton.

The body of work of Survival Techniques is aiming for inclusivity from all angles, no matter of mental health or gender equality and is trying to open a public dialogue with society over her murals, artwork, or screen prints.

Brighton Pride was here no exclusion of the underlying values of the art of Survival Techniques. True to her positive activation text elements, Survival Techniques created a unique artwork and screen-print designed for Pride – “We are not afraid to love”.

People participating and raising their voices at the LBTQ+ event were invited to create their own rainbow design screen prints during a workshop at a Brighton coffee shop, to then use at the pride parade or to display at home, and the results are stunning. Daler-Rowney is proud to support Survival Techniques in her creative endeavours all powered by System3 Acrylic.

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