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illustration and lettering in Ditchling

Max Gill: Wonderground Man

Saturday 20 October 2018Sunday 28 April 2019

Exhibition of work by Max Gill (1884-1947), younger brother of Eric Gill. Max Gill was a well-known illustrator, letterer, map-maker, architect and decorative artist. His best-known piece, the large 1914 Wonderground Map, was hung at every London Underground station, and in 1917 he was appointed by the Imperial War Graves Commission to design the lettering used on the Cenotaph and every military headstone since the First World War. Accompanying the exhibition is a display of prints by Ditchling artists from the First World War including David Jones, Joseph Cribb and Philip Hagreen. Find out more about Max Gill at the University of Brighton Design Archives.

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