Thursday, 2 August 2012

Public Enemy Number One

Earlier this week, I popped to Brighton with the man, and explored the wonders that I have heard much about. During our adventure, I came across a few bits of inspiration at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery...

TYPOGRAPHY
Great typography, the second with a handmade touch and the latter three having great structure and coloured designs.




On our adventures, we sat near the west pier, which burnt down due to possible arson in 2003. The bones of the structure still remain and are quiet a sight to see. The delicacy of the structure, which sits gently on the seafront , is like a line drawing of Beardsley, Eric Fraser or Edward Joseph Sullivan.

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