Tom Hunter produced this cardboard sculpture for his degree show at London College of Printing. It is an extraordinary recreation of two streets in Hackney that were lived in long-term by squatters who suddenly faced eviction. Hunter photographed the buildings and when you look through the windows of the cardboard houses, his photography illustrates the interior. The Museum was the first to acquire his work, buying this piece from his degree show, and it is going on permanent display for the first time in a brand new £40,000 case. Hunter was also commissioned by the Museum to produce a series of portraits in celebration of the new Galleries of Modern London – Flashback is on display in the foyer.