Abram Games

60 Years of Design

8 January - 10 February 1991

Gallery I

This exhibition presents a cross section of Abraham Game’s design over 60 years of work. One of Britain’s leading graphic designers, he created many now celebrated posters and emblems for the Festival of Britain in 1951 and the Queen’s Award (1965). His work has influenced graphic designers in this country and abroad.

Abraham Games was born in London’s East End in 1914. He left art school after two terms to develop his individual approach to the poster.

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