Work for the Whitechapel Art Gallery began for the Director, Mark Glazebrook. Hollis introduced the German typeface Block, roughly contemporary with the original Gallery building. Only slowly did a coherent style emerge under a later Director, Nicholas Serota.
The majority of posters were A3 and mailed with newssheets and invitation cards. The type was set so that as far as possible it was not interrupted by folds, and a new part of the message appeared as the sheet was opened out.
Frida Kahlo and Tina Modotti – Exhibition guide, catalogue and poster, 1982
“The exhibition guide and poster were both printed using red and green: overprinted these gave a black, and accounts for the slightly strange look of the off-black reproductions. The catalogue was one of the last of the letterpress printing era.”