London, UK. 4 September 2017. 104 three dimensional names have been installed in Paternoster Square near St. Paul's cathedral to mark the launch of the 'Make Blood Cancer Visible' campaign. Designed by Paul Cocksedge, the typographic forest of names represents the 104 individuals diagnosed with blood cancer daily. Each piece symbolises an individual with blood cancer, the height corresponds to the height of that individual and bears a write-up of their particular type of blood cancer. Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News

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London, UK. 4 September 2017. 104 three dimensional names have been installed in Paternoster Square near St. Paul's cathedral to mark the launch of the 'Make Blood Cancer Visible' campaign. Designed by Paul Cocksedge, the typographic forest of names represents the 104 individuals diagnosed with blood cancer daily. Each piece symbolises an individual with blood cancer, the height corresponds to the height of that individual and bears a write-up of their particular type of blood cancer. Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News
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Image ID: K44D9A
Location: Paternoster Square, City of London, London, United Kingdom

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