Public Works Office
Public Works Office is a multidisciplinary arts practice established by Andrew Gibbs in 2003. PWO works across the boundaries of three-dimensional design, visual communication, digital design and craft.

The body of work generated by PWO in its fifteen years of practice is diverse but characterised by a focus on meaning, narrative and interpretation. The design process is collaborative and creates experiences that are vivid and meaningful. Self-commissioned projects are an important part of the mix, providing a laboratory for experimentation, and developing new skills and ideas.
Andrew Gibbs MA RCA

Andrew has over 20 years experience of multi-disciplinary design. The core of his commissioned work is with cultural institutions. He works closely with clients and their audiences to develop bespoke solutions that employ materials, form, colour and space to tell memorable stories. Andrew is also active as a visual artist and brings his drawing skills to design projects as a primary tool for developing and communicating design ideas.

Andrew is a graduate of the Royal College of Art (MA RCA in Visual Communication) and Camberwell College of Arts (BA Hons degree in Graphic Design). Before moving to London to study design, Andrew worked as a carpenter and signwriter in West Sussex.
Elephant & Castle graffiti
Photograph: Paddy Hamilton and Helen Gillilan

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