In 2022 and 2023, HazardOne was brought in to design the graphics for the Cabot Institute for the Environment’s new films which show who the Institute is and what it does. There are seven films in total, created by Beeston Media, which give a brief but vibrant overview of the environmental research that takes place at the University of Bristol. 

For the ‘hero’ film, HazardOne painted three large canvases, which embed all aspects of our research, from environmental change, low carbon energy, and food security to city futures, water, and natural hazards and disaster risk.  

Hazard0ne main artwork

These canvases were first presented to the public at the Cabot Institute for the Environment’s Showcase event on 11 October 2023. 

View the artwork

If you are a University of Bristol staff or student, you can go and see the artwork outside the Great Hall in the Wills Memorial Building from 22 November 2023 until Christmas 2023.

From 4 January 2023, the artwork will be displayed in the main foyer on the Ground Floor of Wills Memorial Building and will be open to the public until 14 February 2024.

About Hazard0ne

HazardOne is recognised as one of the Top 5 female graffiti artists in the UK [The Guardian] and the Top 25 female street artists worldwide [The Huffington Post]. 

She combines rich colour palettes with illumination and modern-age glitch effects to create striking portraits using traditional free-hand graffiti techniques. 

From a 7-storey mural in the heart of St Pauls Bristol, a community project on the Arizona-Mexico border, to the 79th Floor of 3 World Trade Centre, New York - her work takes her all over the planet! 

More information 

Watch the teaser trailer which gives a flavour of the collaborative journey between HazardOne, Beeston Media and Cabot Institute for the Environment to create the films and artwork. 

Hazard0ne face in cafe
Hazard0ne working on the project Image credit: Beeston Media
Hazard0ne digitally drawing Natural Hazards artwork
Hazard0ne working on the imagery for our Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk video. Image credit: Beeston Media
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