Something old, something new: Paula Scher and Adrian Shaughnessy
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15 May 2017
Photo: Andrew Urwin
This month Robert Bound is joined by graphic designer and first female principal at Pentagram, Paula Scher, and Adrian Shaughnessy who teaches visual communication at the Royal College of Art and is also co-founder of Unit Editions. They bring in the objects that have aided and inspired them throughout their careers.
15 May 2017
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