Alan Kitching and Monotype Exhibition

The Alan Kitching exhibition is now up and running in Fox 4, Falmouth Campus (and looking great).

Alan Kitching and Monotype:
The Alan Kitching Collection pays tribute to five influential designers, Tom Eckerlsey, Abram Games, FHK Henrion, Josef Müller-Brockmann and Paul Rand. Each designer is represented by a monogram made from overlapping type – in each case a wood letter from Alan Kitching’s workshop with a famous character from the Monotype archive. Each reference the designer in some way, through colour, composition and the typefaces used.

Competition for our students:

Design your own monogram
Monotype would like to invite you to take part in a competition to design your very own monogram. Your monogram should be rendered in such a way that it tells us something about you as a designer or creative – unique to you.

Use one letter from the typefaces used in the Alan Kitching Collection, together with one other. The second letter can come from anywhere: another typeface, hand-drawn, a found letter – it’s up to you!

Pick up a blank template here or for Falmouth staff and students simply download the PDF templates from the Learning Space: here

Judged by Alan Kitching, the winning entries will take home one of the limited edition prints from the Alan Kitching Collection.

How to enter:
All you have to do is follow @FalmouthUni / @Monotype on Twitter and/ or @falmouthuni and @ByMonotype on Instagram and upload your monogram using #FalmouthMonogram to Twitter, Instagram or Facebook (remember to make your Facebook post public).

The competition is open to entries from 10am on Monday 2 November 2015 until 5 pm on Sunday 29 November 2015.
The winner will be announced on Friday 4 December via @Monotype and @FalmouthUni accounts on Twitter. Good luck!

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