School Wall Graphic – Springfield School

School Reception Wall Based on the History of Everything and the Future - designed by Toop Studio
Springfield School Reception Future wall view from letter E
Springfield School reception wall graphic architectural drawing
Springfield School Future wall design by Shadric Toop
Springfield School Future wall sketchbook Shadric Toop
Springfield School Future wall detail1 includes the atom bomb, album covers by Elvis Presley, the Clash, the Velvet Underground, Bob Dylan and the Beatles, sculpture by barbara hepworth, Time magazine cover featuring indira gandhi, The Snail by Henri Matisse, Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox and Martin Luther King's I have a dream speech
Springfield School Reception wall detail3 containing Robert Johnson, Frida Kahlo self-portrait and jumping puddle photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson
Springfield School reception wall detail5 featuring Pablo Picasso's Guernica
Springfield School Future wall sketchbook page 2 Shadric Toop
Springfield School Future wall detail2 containing the Mars rover Curiosity, the 2014 Glastonbury lineup, Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic and the Springfield School logo
Springfield School Future wall detail4 containing 1966 World cup winners, the Lord of the Rings, the contraceptive pill, the first moon landing, The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer, and The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins
Springfield School history timeline wall detail6 including king john signing magna carta, Mayan Calendar, Dante's Inferno, Fibonacci numbers and Moai - Easter Island heads

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