Nina Camplin is a mural artist based in Dorset, England, specialising in trompe l’oeil.
She is interested in interested in challenging perceptions of space and creating scenes of faked realities, such as windows, doors and broken walls that open up the flat surface of the wall to give the viewer the optical illusion of an additional dimension beyond.
She has worked on many public art projects nationwide, receiving commissions from various Councils including Luton, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Southampton, Isle of Wight, Dorset and Poole and has won 2 Design Awards for her subway murals in Luton.
Nina also offers commissioned work such as illustration work, portraits and face painting.
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In November 2015, along with her sister, Terri Mills, Nina started a new business venture, making unique hand-crafted gifts from re-cycled junk and up-cycled salvage.
Nina has continued to produce recycled canvasses and clothing, you can purchase some of these items on Etsy:
You can contact Nina by calling her on 07947 044013 or email her on the CONTACT link.