Name: Colourful Manchester Skyline Bee
Location: St Ann’s Square
Designed and decorated by: Meha Hindocha.
Sponsor: Henry Boot PLC
Originally from Kenya, Meha is now based in Manchester. Her colourful, illustrative Bee takes inspiration from Manchester’s ever-changing skyline. It tells a story about the bustling city and the worker ‘bees’ that have shaped it, and incorporates aspects of the city’s architecture, music scene, street art, sporting background, sculptures and industrial past, along with the individuals that make the city.
Henry Boot PLC is one of the most progressive companies of its kind within the UK. Established over 130 years ago, the company operates nationally in property development and investment, land promotion, construction and plant hire. They create spaces that not only impress but that stand the test of time.
Originally from Kenya, Meha is now based in Manchester. She developed her love for illustration whilst doing a foundation course at Camberwell College of Arts. Her love for travelling, architecture and a strong influence of vivid colours from her Indian heritage have led to her create a very unique style of cityscape drawings. http://www.mehaart.com @Mehaart