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postcard 5#5 by graham rawle

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Graham Rawle

Can You Find The ART?

litho & digital print

1st - 16th October

Project Description:

A series of postcards and posters specially commissioned for FRED 2005.


Artist's statement:

Graham Rawle’s Lost Consonants appeared weekly in the Weekend Guardian since 1990, and recently alternated with a sister series, ‘Vowel Movements’. He has produced other regular series for The Observer and The Sunday Telegraph Magazine. Among his published books are The Wonder Book of Fun, Lying Doggo and Diary of an Amateur Photographer, which is at present being made into a feature film.

He has lectured and exhibited his work internationally, heading the design team that created the ‘Hi-Life’ supermarket installation for EXPO 2000 in Hanover. As director of the Niff Institute, in 2001 he created a range of limited edition art pieces that form the Niff Actuals product range.

Graham lives and works in London and teaches part-time on the MA Sequential Design and Illustration course at the University of Brighton. His latest book, Woman’s World – a novel created from fragments of found text – will be published in October.

commissioned by Fold for FRED 2005


postcards available from tourist information centres across Cumbria





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