Creative agency Mill Co teamed up with Monotype Imaging and tasked a selection of image makers to create artworks using one are all of three Monotype fonts – Akko, Neue Haas Grotesk, and Rotis II. The resulting exhibition runs at the Mill Co Project gallery in East London until November 24 and features work by artists including Kavel Rafferty (above), Adam Smith, Kelly Angood, Lisa Stannard, and Rob Flowers…
Here are a selection of images of works in the show:
Under Milk Wood, by Stewart Scott-Curran of Ony More Never Less, graphic print, £100
Risograph print (£15), by graphic designer Thanyaporn Jarukittikun
Detail of an untitled, two-layer illustrative work by Anne-Kathrin Schubert’s and Oliver Harrison. £250
Here Be Dragons, by Rob Flowers, giclée print, £180
We also really liked this film made for the show, Expanded Font, directed by Mark Jewitt and shot by Paul Lilley. Sound by Bent Ear.
The exhibition runs until November 24 at the Mill Co Project gallery space at Lime Wharf, Vyner Street, Tower Hamlets, London E2 9DJ. All the work is for sale via the Mill Co store with proceeds donated to The Billie Butterfly Fund.
See more of the work created for the show, visit pixeldisco.millco.co.uk
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