Monotype Exhibition – “Pencil to Pixel”
By Hannah Watkins

Monotype showcases key items of their extensive archive in the “Pencil to Pixel” exhibition, held in the impressive Metropolitan Wharf through November 23rd.

Nov 19, 2012
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Monotype showcases key items of their extensive archive in the “Pencil to Pixel” exhibition, held in the impressive Metropolitan Wharf through November 23rd. 

The highly anticipated exhibition displays work dating back to the late 19th century, showcasing typographical treasures of rarely seen artworks, old factory photographs, and modern-day typesets. The free guided tour offers a snapshot of their sprawling history and a chance to fully appreciate the mind-blowing accuracy of typography.

Check it out at Metropolitan Wharf (70 Wapping Wall, London E1) and don’t forget to book your free guided tour on the website.


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