People &
Place

Image of a colourful basketball court

Photography: courtesy of the artist

We caught up with multidisciplinary designer Lois O'Hara, whose work consists of the exploration of the relationship between people and places. Her practice takes many forms such as mural paintings, design, art direction & illustration, while investigating the fluidity and capturing the movement of time. We interviewed her to see what are the major influences in her work and how colour can be such an important factor in creating positive effects on people and places.

Lucy Rowan 

(she/her)

Lois O’Hara’s brand ethos explores how colour can have positive effects on people and places. It also explores fluidity and capturing the movement of time. Lois is fascinated by process. Her vibrant, diverse and creative practice takes in mural painting, design & art direction and illustration. Her work has a consistent thread running through it. “I’m interested in capturing the fluidity of an image in motion,” says Lois, and it’s this sense of fluidity, combined with her bold colour combinations that makes her style so recognisable.
 

@loisohara