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Gagosian – Pop Art Is: (with Peter Saville), 2007 (Publication), image 1
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A poster and catalogue for a major exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of Richard Hamilton’s definition of Pop Art.

The aim was to create a new Pop Art object – one that could not have existed in the original Pop Art era. The catalogue cover used a modern Japanese paper that becomes transparent when embossed, creating something delicate and contemporary. Colour was added inside the book with the inclusion of a looseleaf sheet of perforated page markers

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