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About Sean Rodrigo

The Mini Morris project is a community funded creative initiative designed by artist Sean Rodrigo to connect children currently stuck at home due to covid19 with the magnificent art and history of William Morris – a respected artist, designer, craftsman, writer who was born and live most of his life in Walthamstow, London E17.

William’s work was well before his time and we think we would have loved seeing what the talented children of the area might create with his image. During downtime created by COVID-19, Sean made silicone moulds of a 3D printed bust of William Morris to produce mini William Morris in white plaster. The models were designed to help keep homebound children occupied using art and creativity.

Over 500 model/art kits were supplied free to families based in E17 who have school-aged children and can use the models as paintable art and history devices.

The upcoming Mini Morris Project art exhibit will feature Sean's 3D printing design process and hand-painted William Morris sculptures from the talented children of E17 at the William Morris Gallery- Discovery Lounge next to the cafe - September 15-20 as part of the William Morris Design Line during London Design Festival.