Designers contribute typography to the ‘The changing faces of Bowie’ poster

Screen-printed in matt white onto rainbow holographic paper
The limited edition poster features typefaces selected or designed by Blam and leading artists and designers, screen-printed in matt white onto rainbow holographic paper
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Graphic designer Blam - of Print-process and Blanka - recently tapped 100 design luminaries to render Bowie’s name in a typeface of their choosing or creation. The results have been gathered onto a limited release print in anticipation of the impending 'David Bowie is' retrospective at the V&A, opening on 23 March.

The changing faces of Bowie’ poster features contributions from the likes of Pentagram, Trevor Jackson, Anthony Burrill, Stockholm Design Lab and Wallpaper*, the fonts as stylistically eclectic as the musician they pay tribute to. The prints will be available to buy from the museum’s shop, priced at £45. Each artwork comes with a certificate and an insert with insights from the contributors on their submissions.