Alan Kitching ‘The Manchester Guardian’ looks back at some of his best work for the newspaper over a period of fourteen years, all displayed in the iconic Fred Aldous shop.
Alan Kitching’s relationship with The Guardian, the UK’s leading liberal newspaper, began inthe 1990s and continues to this day. He has made artwork for most sections of the paper and its website, now the second most read English-language newspaper site in the world (after the Daily Mail). Kitching’s big rough-edged woodletters work well on newsprint; his colours sing loud in the glossy sections; online, his blocks of type grab the eye in an instant.
As part of the exhibition exclusive products will be on sale in the shop and on their website.