Local commissioned work by local talent

Creative Wick is always looking to source paid opportunities in the local creative economy whilst improving neighbourhood networks, resilience and cohesion. 

We deliver commissions and commercial opportunities for local artists and creative practitioners.
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Image is of a mural commissioned by Network Rail for Hackney Wick Station created by a collaboration between John Atherton and a local street artist.

Hackney Wick Station

A mural was commissioned by Network Rail for Hackney Wick Station. The work was created by a collaboration between John Atherton and a local street artist.

An Unconventional Canvas 

Well-known street artist Ben Eine with Jason Warren, Teddy Baden, Xenz, Andre Hopley and Lee Walker was commissioned to deliver this enormous four acre project ‘An Unconventional Canvas’. The word Create was painted on a piece of land pre-development on the edge of the Olympic Park. 
Click here to view a video of the work. 

Fish Island Village Gym mural

Street artist Xenz developed this commission, a jungle mural on the walls of a gym in new development. 

Hackney Bridge Launch

Creative Wick has selected a diverse offering of experimental and unique creative minds in video & film for the Hackney Bridge launch. Film a powerful tool offers a vast range of storytelling that can highlight inspiring narratives and instigate revolutionary change. Full article

Hackney Wick Illustrated Map

Creative Wick facilitated Aitch Group in commissioning local artist Adam Doughty to create a Hackney Wick Illustrated Map. Each new flat had a framed copy on the wall.

Brochure, Website, social and foyer artwork

Artist Josephine Chime's work was commissioned for the use on the brochure and website as well as print and social media. The block of flats will also display the artwork in the foyer.
See more of Josephine's art here

Metal work 

Robert Shaer created the sign for Fish Island Village, one of the new residential communities in Fish Island, being built by Peabody & Hill. Robert’s sculpture also inspired Fish Island Village’s logo and permanent sign. Learn more about Rob's work here.