Saville Sticker: The Original

I finally got my camera out to snap the original plaque on which Peter Saville based the sticker in the current issue of Creative Review (see previous post).

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I finally got my camera out to snap the original plaque on which Peter Saville based the sticker in the current issue of Creative Review (see previous post).

And here’s a wider view of Meard Street to give you some context.

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