Alan Fletcher was one of the most influential figures in British graphic design, creating some of the most iconic brand identities from the 1960s to the recent past. And his work can now be viewed in a new retrospective of his work at the Design Museum in London.
Fletcher’s work included brand identities for companies as extreme as Pirelli and the V&A, plus the likes of Penguin, Reuters and Shell. He also transformed book design as consultant art editor to Phaidon Press.
Alan Fletcher died earlier this year, but left his entire archive to the Design Museum, the best of which you can view from 11th November 2006 to 18th February 2007.