Pentagram Opens The Vaults

New York Public Theater poster by Paula Scher
As part of the London Design Festival, Pentagram is delving into its not inconsiderable archive to host a poster exhibition featuring some of the finest work produced by its partners, past and present.

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New York Public Theater poster by Paula Scher

As part of the London Design Festival, Pentagram is delving into its not inconsiderable archive to host a poster exhibition featuring some of the finest work produced by its partners, past and present.

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National Portrait Gallery poster by Alan Fletcher

For one evening only, on Thursday 20 September, this promises to be a unique opportunity to view designs which span the last 35 years. There will be an open door policy between 7-9pm. For further enquiries please contact Leah Speakman, speakman@pentagram.co.uk

The show is at Pentagram Design, 11 Needham Road, London, W11 2RP and will include more of this kind of thing…

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