Lois McShane Silver

Graphic Design

Year of study
4th Year

Edinburgh Napier University

100 lives in one day is a project inspired by Britains most vital institution, our NHS and also Lois’ Mother who is a midwife for the NHS.

For a long time, the NHS has been underfunded and undervalued.

Lois has hand sewn six different NHS uniforms from crepe paper to emphasises the fragility of the NHS and our staff.

Each uniform tells their own individual story, allowing the public and staff to reflect on what it is truly like to work for the NHS.

Change needs to happen now. It’s time to reimagine it, refresh it and revitalise it. The NHS is always there for us, but now we need to be there for it.