Until Sunday 4 October
This exhibition sets out a new way of looking at graphic design history by focusing on four publications from the late-1960s to mid-1970s - Schmuck, POP, bRIAN and Assembling - designed by individuals and groups without any formal training of typography, graphic design or print production.
Curated by Fraser Muggeridge
Images from left to right: General Schmuck, Beau Geste Press, 1976. Third Assembling, New York, 1972