Interview: Morag Myerscough

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Morag Myerscough is anything but subtle. The London-based artist’s oversized, neon, geometric designs burst with joy and energy, and have the power to put a smile on the face of anyone who sees them. Founder of Studio Myerscough, Myerscough has applied her inimitable style to a range of projects, from the Barbican Centre’s wayfinding scheme, to a ‘Super Hot’ temporary amusement arcade, to art commissions for the bedrooms at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and incredible street art across cities.

We caught up with her to learn about her take on the role of the graphic designer, how she found her style, and why her work is really all about helping people belong.

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Ruth Hamilton

Ruth spent a couple of years as Deputy Editor of Creative Bloq, and has also either worked on or written for almost all of the site's former and current print titles, from Computer Arts to ImagineFX. She now spends her days reviewing mattresses and hiking boots as the Outdoors and Wellness editor at, but continues to write about design on a freelance basis in her spare time.