Poster designs for an exhibition from 60’s fashion designer Mary Quant.

Mary Quant at the V&A

Medium: Digital

Poster designs for an exhibition at the V&A from 60’s fashion designer Mary Quant using the Q letter as a focal point, the Quant flower, and the colours of red, white and blue to reinforce the British influence.

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“I don’t do subtle,” says the London-based illustrator Laura Greenan. And it’s true – her work is nothing less than psychedelia for the digital age. It grabs the viewer’s attention and helps get her client’s message across in an exciting and imaginative way.
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