Big Brother 3
Big Brother 2002, also known as Big Brother 3, was the third series of the British reality television series Big Brother. The show followed fourteen contestants, known as housemates, who were isolated from the outside world for an extended period of time in a custom-built House located at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.
The series was watched by an average of 5.8 million viewers. Its finale peaked at 10 million viewers - making it both the most watched episode of Big Brother UK and the seventh most watched broadcast by Channel 4 to that date.
Money does not have an absolute value, but one that is completely dependent on status, class, attitude and condition at one given time.
You are drawn to this shiny coin, through its holes you can see what you are purchasing while on the other side you become aware of your reflected image: a reminder of the value you attribute.
The Royal Mint supported me whilst at the Royal College of Art London to produce these bespoke £5 coins.
The house this season featured a completely different layout and look when compared to the two previous seasons. The house featured vibrant colors such as reds and oranges for both the walls and the furniture. This house was the first to feature stairs going from the front door to the house.
On the launch night, host Davina McCall stated that there were numerous arguments over the sofa in the house, and that the one selected was the third to be placed in the house. The kitchen remained simple, with only necessities such as an oven, fridge, and sink. In the "Diary Room", in which housemates may speak privately and reveal their true feelings to the public, there is a more interesting look to it. The background of the room has the features the Big Brother logo of an eye in the background, with the chair this season big a bright red.
Like the previous editions, there are two bedrooms this season, with Davina referring to one of them as the "uncomfortable bedroom." Like the last season, the men and women chose to sleep in separate bedrooms, though this was not required by the rules.
The house also features a garden, this season had a pool in the backyard, making it the first season in which one was provided. During the third to sixth week in the house, there was a large plastic gate separating the Poor and Rich sides of the house.
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Marcus Blee
ART DIRECTION: Miyo Yoshida
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