Vivienne Westwood at the V&A

We designed the graphics for this exhibition that traced the story of this extraordinary talent from subversive shop owner to fashion doyenne. Over 150 exhibits were drawn from her personal archive and the V&A’s collections. 

We went for a look that felt ‘undesigned’ including using Typewriter as the typeface. This matched the unconventional if not anarchic style of the subject and was also in keeping with the exhibition’s deceptively simple structural design.

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King’s Cross, Public Realm