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British Council – Work from London, 1996 (Poster), image 1
British Council – Work from London, 1996 (Poster), image 2
British Council – Work from London, 1996 (Poster), image 3
British Council – Work from London, 1996 (Poster), image 4
British Council – Work from London, 1996 (Poster), image 5
British Council – Work from London, 1996 (Poster), image 6

Exhibition design, exhibition graphic and marketing material for a group show of London-based designers. The poster used an impromptu map to demonstrate the proximity of the exhibitors.

The exhibits were both transported and displayed in the same bespoke compressed fibreboard cases, emphasising the touring nature of the show: never unpacked, always ready to move on. Utilitarian and modular, the system could be reconfigured to suit a variety of architecturally disparate venues. The silk-screen printed box lids housed the exhibition text and included spaces for translations.

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