We asked our resident graphics expert, Christian, to select his favourites from the Autumn ’11 quarterly ‘Graphics’ report. He scoured the 300 or so images that make up this report and pulled out those that he felt are the most inspirational and innovative. This is the penultimate issue of this report (boo!) but we have added another new report to our offer which means we have to refocus our energy. We still find graphic art incredibly inspirational, however so we will still be dedicating the occasional post to this theme, as well as adding in some great T shirt graphics into our ‘Jersey’ report.
St Bride at the Vintage Festival
The art of Letterpress is in the process of a massive revival at the moment. Keep your eye out for one off posters and letterpress woodblock fonts. Check out St Bride for lectures and shows, always interesting.
Bacon Street, East London
Bacon Street, East London.
Loving this line drawing graffiti style, differing from the norm.
The Peter Blake bus, spotted at the Vintage Festival
The Peter Blake bus is a wonder, pure British eccentric design.
Buxton Street, East London
Some street art by Anthony Lister, always great to see up. A very interesting artist.
Letterpress goodness by Anthony Burrill. What’s not to like?
Ardingly Antiques Fair
I love old signage, a disappearing art which is a shame. Great reference here.
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