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A talent for industry

Calendar
1988 (made)
Artist/Maker

General Description: A talent for industry. Calendar for 1988, with a separate sheet for each month, each illustrated by an illustrator from the agency Young Artists and designed by a designer from the consultancy Newell & Sorrell. Printed by Gros Monti, Ashford, Kent and published by Young Artists, London, 1987. Each month lettered with the name of illustrator and designer/s. The back card lettered with the names and addresses of companies involved in production.

Calendar for 1988, with a separate sheet for each month, lettered with the name of the illustrator and designer/s. Colour offset lithography on 15 sheets, including a thin board backing, with wire binding.The back card lettered with the names and addresses of companies involved in production.


Object details

Category
Object type
TitleA talent for industry
Materials and techniques
Colour offset lithography, board and wire
Brief description
Calendar 'A Talent for Industry', 1988
Physical description
General Description: A talent for industry. Calendar for 1988, with a separate sheet for each month, each illustrated by an illustrator from the agency Young Artists and designed by a designer from the consultancy Newell & Sorrell. Printed by Gros Monti, Ashford, Kent and published by Young Artists, London, 1987. Each month lettered with the name of illustrator and designer/s. The back card lettered with the names and addresses of companies involved in production.

Calendar for 1988, with a separate sheet for each month, lettered with the name of the illustrator and designer/s. Colour offset lithography on 15 sheets, including a thin board backing, with wire binding.The back card lettered with the names and addresses of companies involved in production.
Dimensions
  • Each sheet height: 56.5cm
  • Each sheet width: 42.2cm
  • Covers and introduction height: 59.6cm
  • Covers and introduction width: 42.2cm
The 12 month sheets 56.5 x 42.2 cm, covers and introduction 59.6 x 42.2 cm
Credit line
Given by Valerie Payne of Young Artists
Object history
Notes: The individual artists involved are as follows: January: Delyth JONES (illus.) (born 1958), Emily WILKINSON (des.) (born 1965), Graham FLETCHER (des.) (born 1953) February: John CLEMENTSON (illus.) (born 19 ), Gail TURPIN (des.) (born 1960) March: Natalie CROUCH (illus.) (born 1959), Derick HUSPITH (des.) (born 1958) April: Andrew LOVELL (illus.) (born 1964), Katie ARUP (des.) (born 1963) May: Janet WOOLLEY (illus.) (born 1952), Steve WINNIE (des.) (born 1960) June: Jennie TYLDEN WEIGHT (illus.) (born 1956) July: Jane HUMAN (illus.) (born 1959), Jeremy SCHOLFIELD (des.) (born 1955) August: Paul COX (illus.) (born 1957), Harry PEARCE (des.) (born 1960) September: Mark OLDROYD (illus.) (born 1964), Jo CLARKE (des.) (born 1963) October: Pat FOGARTY (illus.) (born 1940), Andy VEASY (des.) (born 1962) November: Andre YANIW (illus.) (born 1962), Stephen BELL (des.) (born 1964) December: Lynne ROBINSON (illus.) (born 19 ), Simon WRIGHT (des.) (born 1962), Hugo HANSELL (des.) (born 1962) This calendar might prove frustrating to some users, but it is apparently produced to demonstrate how the commercial and industrial skills of illustration, design, platemaking, typesetting, printing and papermaking are all necessary, and are all co-ordinated in graphic publications. On an introductory sheet the names of the companies involved, with a note on their scope, are linked and interact in diagrammatic form.
Production
Anonymous. Each month illustrated by an illustrator from the agency Young Artists and designed by a designer from the consultancy Newell & Sorrell. Printed by Gros Monti, Ashford, Kent and published by Young Artists, London, 1987.
Collection
Accession number
E.490-1988

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