Italian-born street artist Giacomo Bufarini, known as RUN, has created three bold and colourful wall murals for our main exhibition; The Human Touch.
One of the murals can be found in the Museum while the other two are situated in Cambridge, one at Parkside Pool and the other at Jesus Green Lido.
RUN's murals aim to frame the image of hands, isolating them, analysing them. His goal is to create a strong image that explores the hands in their form, their movements and shape, and puts them in front of the viewer as bare and as true as they are.
You will also see RUN's work on local bus backs in Cambridge, tag us on Twitter to let us know if you've spotted one!