Scottish Cancer Prevention Network



Jul 19

‘Cartwheel’ by Kinga Elliot

We are delighted to announce Kinga Elliot as the 2019 recipient of the SCPN Art and Design prize for Creative Communication. Kinga is a third year painting student at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen and was inspired to paint ‘Cartwheel’ after watching her daughter roll out cartwheels along St Cyrus beach. Kinga recognised the ...

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Oct 18

Pitstop by Amy Steindl

Every year we search our Scottish Art Colleges for projects which relate to behaviours which may impact on cancer risk. This year we were delighted to come across a project by Amy Steindl entitled ‘PitStop’. Amy’s concept was to develop a service to promote worksite wellbeing by encouraging employees to walk to local ...

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Oct 17

‘Dougal the Dog’ by Ibrahim Karim and Erin Docherty

We are delighted to announce Ibrahim Karim and Erin Docherty as the 2016/17 recipients of the SCPN Art and Design prize for Creative Communication. Both third year students at DJCAD, University of Dundee; ‘Dougal the Dog’ was created by the pair as part of their third year project on cancer prevention. Research shows that ...

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Sep 16

‘Virtu Scope’ by David Brooks

We are delighted to announce that the 2016 Scottish Cancer Prevention Network Art & Design Prize for Creative Communication has been awarded to David Brooks, for his innovative product ‘Virtu Scope.’ David, who graduated this year from the MEng Product Design Engineering course at Glasgow School of Art, has created ...

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Jul 15

‘Exposed’ by Stuart Clark

Stuart as part of his final year project developed a UV light sensitive paracord bracelet aimed at 12-18 years olds to enhance their awareness of their UV exposure and the harm that this can cause in terms of increased risk of malignant melanoma.

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Oct 14

‘Transparency’ by Alicia Storie

A design for an innovative community supermarket dedicated to encouraging health living won our 2014 Art & Design prize.   The winning entry came from Alicia Storie, newly graduated in Interior Environmental Design from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee. The judges were ...

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Sep 13

‘Obesity’ by Callum Reid

The second annual SCPN prize for creative communication was awarded to Callum Reid, who had recently graduated with a degree in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. Callum’s work highlighted obesity in society, precisely the innovative communication of behavioural risk which the prize rewards.   His ...

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Oct 12

Fiona Mackay

The first SCPN prize for creative communications was awarded to Fiona McKay, from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design. The prize aims to highlight innovative communications about behavioural risk in degree show work. The piece can be done in any medium, and Fiona’s work incorporates photography and screen ...

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