British Design Agencies Strike Back
Fit is an exhibition of posters by British-based designers inspired by the upcoming 2012 London Olympics. Frustrated by the lack of inclusion of graphic design by the Olympic Games organizers, British designers Jonathan Barnbrook and Vaughan Oliver invited a bunch of leading UK-based designers to create a poster inspired by the Games. Nothing better than an unofficial design exhibition…
Fit features work by: Ian Anderson, Phil Baines, Jonathan Barnbrook, Bibliotheque, Neville Brody, Catherine Dixon, Fuel, Graphic Thought Facility, Angus Hyland, Alan Kitching, Jeremy Leslie, Domenic Lippa, Morag Myerscough, Vaughan Oliver, David Pearson, Michael C Place, Jake Tilson, Tomato, Why Not Associates, Matt Willey, Marina Willer, Graham Wood and Michael Worthington.
You can see Fit: london 2012 olympics posters by British designers at:
Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design
Window Galleries, Kings Cross, 29 June – 30 August, 2012
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