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This Is Design screenprints by Bibliotheque for the Design Museum

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Iconic designs come in all shapes and sizes, some of which we tend to take for granted. However, some of those less-appreciated designs are belatedly celebrated in both an exhibition and these This Is Design screenprints by Bibliotheque for the Design Museum.

The exhibition, also called This Is Design, can be found right now until January at the Design Museum. The associated screenprints are unlikely to last that long.


Three images to choose from – David Mellor's design for the National Traffic Light system (dating back to 1966), the road and motorway signage system designed by Jock Kinnier and Margaret Calvert (between 1957 to 1967) plus Dr Alex Moulton's small-wheeled bicycle (1962).

All are A1-sized, all are in editions of 100 and all sell for £30.

Find out more at the Design Museum website


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