Is there life in Irish typographical design?
Graphic designer Aiden Grenelle (above), who works out of Image Now in Dublin, standing damn hipsterfully beside his screen print selected for the David Bowie show at the Victoria & Albert Museum..
Aiden’s design was inspired by Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust-era pantaloon suit designed by Freddie Burretti in 1972 and captured in the photo (left). He is among 100 artists chosen to produce typographic mark or logotype for the word Bowie for the exhibition.
The 500mm x 500mm print, entitled ‘The Changing Face of Bowie’ is available exclusively from the V&A.
The show opens on Saturday.