Design Description

I delivered a workshop with children and young people from Whizz Kidz, and they shared their hopes and aspirations with me. The challenge was to create a new artwork, which represented the group, and gave them a chance to tell their own stories, whilst allowing me to do the same.


Artist Information

Jason Wilsher-Mills became disabled and was paralysed from the neck down for 5 years. His work is full of humour, images from popular culture and his absolute commitment to disability activism. He calls it ‘Trojan Horse’ art: on first viewing people think it’s just funny but then they start reading the text & looking closely at the tattoos. It’s then, he can challenge pre-conceived ideas about disability, changing the world one ‘daft bit of art at a time’.


Sponsor Information

KI is a kids and family focused full service Strategy and Creative agency. We create insight-led products, services, campaigns and experiences focused on children, teens and the people around them. Our award-winning team of experts connect human emotions with market intelligence. We put our audience at the centre of our thinking and our dedication to them is our greatest strength.

Buy a Morph at Auction

When the Trail ends, the super-sized Morph sculptures will be auctioned to raise funds for Whizz Kidz. Whizz Kidz supports young people by providing the wheelchairs, equipment, support and confidence-building experiences they need, and campaigning for a more inclusive society. We hope to raise enough funds in the auction to allow 100 more young wheelchair users across England, Scotland and Wales be mobile, enabled and included.

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