Anthony Burrill launches his Archive of Collected Ephemera and Printed Material

Designer Anthony Burrill’s latest project,, does exactly what it says on the tin and features a range of images from his vast archive of printed ephemera.

The site is a pleasure to scroll through for anyone with an interest in found print material and type. From examples of stencilling and signage, to labels and notices, there are hundreds of letterforms, shapes and patterns to pore over.


Users can also search for items within the collection – the results for ‘sign’ and ‘stencil’ are shown, below.

The site has been designed by graphic designer Jon Bland and built by developer Neal Fletcher. See


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