We know how much you love the work of Bernard Shaw, so we’ve assembled this exhibition of covers to investigate how great designers of the twentieth century approached designing his work. Tendencies and trends quickly became apparent. Lessons were learned. A good time was had by all. (Is that a quote from Shaw? We’ve no idea. We’ve never ready any.) Come see inventive and surprising work by Ladislav Sutnar, Alvin Lustig, Jan Tschichold, Hermann Zapf, Seymour Chwast, Leonard Baskin, Saul Bass, Celestino Piatti, Milton Glaser, and a slew of other usual suspects to see how they skinned the cat that was George Bernard Shaw.
NOTE: Although scheduled to be up through the end of the year, this show might be taken down sooner to accommodate something else we’ve got cooking. Do not delay a visit as this could disappear without much notice.