26 Apr 2005
Grafik on Central Station Design in Lyon 
The new edition (#128) of Grafik Magazine has a small piece on the current Central Station Design exhibition in Lyon as part of Nuits Sonores 2005. As the article says, the exhibition features "the graphics of Happy Mondays, and the succeeding Black Grape oeuvre" plus the "ersatz pop-art portraits" of Hello Playmates.

www.les-subs.com
www.nuits-sonores.com

The same issue has a review by Hamish Muir (ex-8vo) of the exhibition "You Are Here" which is currently ongoing at the Design Museum in London.

www.designmuseum.org

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