Edwina Ellis designed the Bridge series of British one-pound coins with linocut, while a 2013 two pound coin and the recent Stephen Hawking fifty pence coin for 2019 are digital designs on an iPad. For The Times masthead she engraved polymer blocks and her Art on the Underground poster of London’s architecture is nine three-block colour engravings. Originally from Australia, Edwina pioneered engraving on homopolymer resins and recently developed relief printing apparatus using laser-cutting technology. With recent prints and films she continues to explore engraving with vinyl cutting that informed her Fine Art Practical PhD research at Aberystwyth University. She configured traditional wood engraving tools for Intaglio Printmaker London and having recently taken up inline skating, whirls around the streets of London with Wheels and Wheelchairs. For links to courses & works in public collections, see Contacts.