I was asked to illustrate a versatile hero illustration for Castle Towers - a premier community Centre and Retail space servicing the greater Western Sydney. The illustration had to work as a wallcover (without any text) and show a childlife fun deriving from the name of the Centre, Castle Towers. The final Illustrator image contained 42,794 anchor points and 6,504 paths.
Towers of Fun's objective is to identify and communicate to children within the public space. Through gathering, accumulating and systematised knowledge of these children as a fan base, articulating questions and making generalisations based on data collected. Towers of Fun aims to increase understanding of the significance of the public space to social development in general and to children's welfare and well-being.