Grey London created posters to promote the national art project Processions, which marks 100 years since women got the vote in the UK.
On Sunday (10 June), thousands of women and girls will walk in London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast to celebrate this historic moment. The nonprofit organisation Artichoke has produced the project, in which each participant will carry a green, purple or white scarf (the colours representing the Suffragette movement) to create a massive striped procession through the streets. Grey developed the visual identity for Processions and brought to life the Suffragette colours in a modern way. The work was created by Georgia Horrocks and Matthew Kennedy.