What will you see in King's Lynn?

King’s Lynn was one of only 4 medieval Hanse towns in the UK. During the 14th century, King’s Lynn ranked as England’s most important port with two rare Hanseatic League warehouses still in existence.

St Margaret’s Church was once lit with whale-oil lamps and Blubber House Creek, where whale blubber and bones were processed, sits at the entrance to the town.

Below are the shortlisted submissions for King’s Lynn. You can read more about the individual works and artists by selecting the images below.

From these shortlisted submissions, Plain Sight was selected as the winning artwork. The EXPERIENCE team are currently working with Studio Squash to develop their proposal.