The Made in Derby Walk of Fame series was designed and created by Civic Spaces Artist Director Timothy Clapcott and Arnold Pollock with Romilly Mosaics

After graduating from the RCA Tim worked for Eduardo Paolozzi, at his studio in Chelsea, helping to produce public sculptures and prints. Now, with his own company Civic Spaces, Tim focuses on artworks that contribute to a well-designed urban environment.
He has many skills and remains hands-on throughout projects. In Derby he is mostly known for the Heads on Friar Gate with their interactive video of Roger Lloyd-Pack as an 1830’s Derby convict. 

Arnold is an artist at heart, filmmaker and designer by trade. He is a big believer in place-making projects that celebrate and augment an environment whilst paying homage to the story of that place




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