University of Brighton Design Archives

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A Camden Votes Yes to Europe printed page with handwritten notes all around it. Taken from the Richard Hollis Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Richard Hollis

Black text stating 'Alive' on white paper for a youth group masthead, designed by Richard Hollis. Taken from the Richard Hollis Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Youth Group masthead (no date). Uncatalogued.

Richard Hollis is a graphic designer, writer and teacher. This archive documents the range of his practice across graphic design, writing, teaching and activism. Hollis has taught at various London art schools, as well as having established, with Norman Potter, the School of Design at the West of England College of Art in Bristol in 1964. His book design includes John Berger’s ‘Ways of Seeing’ (1972), and a large body of work for the Whitechapel Art Gallery (1970-1972 and 1978-1985). He has also made a significant contribution to the history of graphic design in through his books including ‘Graphic Design: a concise history’ (1994).

A button to press to browse this archive on the Archives Hub

One side of a programme for Whitechapel Art Gallery (September to October 1983) showing an exhibition of Richard Hollis’ work titled Whitechapel Graphic Design. Taken from the Richard Hollis Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Whitechapel Programme (Sep – Oct 1983). Uncatalogued.

A Camden Votes Yes to Europe printed page with handwritten notes all around it. Font designed by Richard Hollis. Taken from the Richard Hollis Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Camden Votes Yes! (no date). Uncatalogued.

A red and black book cover of Britain in the Sixties - Communications written by Raymond Williams with cover designed by Richard Hollis. Published by Penguin Books. Taken from the Richard Hollis Archive housed at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

Britain in the Sixties Communication book cover (no date). Uncatalogued.

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Sirpa Kutilainen • January 1, 1998


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