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GraphicsRCA: Fifteen Year’s Work of the School of Graphic Design (1963) (Poster)

Medium: Poster
Framed: no
Paper Size: 77cm (h) x 51cm (w)

£450.00

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Stunning exhibition poster for the first exhibition of graphic design at the Royal College of Art. GraphicsRCA: Fifteen Year’s Work of the School of Graphic Design ‘looked back to the founding of the School in 1948, as part of a drive to bring about greater professionalism, and as a period when the School taught some of the most recognisable names of the next generation – among them Alan Fletcher, Ridley Scott, Raymond Hawkey, David Gentleman and Len Deighton […] The 1963 show aimed to capture the new direction of the craft as it emerged from its Victorian roots in the pre-industrial world, and adapted to the newly professionalised landscape. It also marked the culmination of a pivotal period in British history, where Modernism gave way to Pop, and the beginnings of the rise of Postmodernism.

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