Naomi Edmondson is a painter and street artist. Her work focuses on humanizing urban spaces through language, colour and scale. Her paintings promote hope, optimism and relief from issues such as depression, anxiety and urban isolation.
As 'Survival Techniques' she paints typographic murals across the streets of London that aim to bring a little light to someone having a dark day.
Her work is influenced by her own experience of depression and the power of talking openly and honestly about it. As an ultimately democratic space, the street was chosen as the primary canvas for the paintings, aiming to reach and connect together as many people as possible.
She won Street Artist of the Year at the Rise Art Prize. She has collaborated with Global Street Art to help transform a housing estate in North London and has had solo exhibitions in London and Tokyo. She works on commissions for both public and private sector with projects currently ranging across Europe, North America and Asia.
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