Pentagram’s Harry Pearce hosted a live Twitter Q&A on 12 September about his latest work with human rights charity WITNESS. The project is mural of six activists who are each painted, sprayed or stencilled by a street artist in their own distinct personal styles.
This week, six human rights activists are being celebrated in a mural on Great Eastern Street in London. The 60 square metre wall is Harry Pearce’s latest collaboration with human rights charity WITNESS.
Do you have any questions for Harry Pearce about the wall or his twenty-year partnership with the human rights charity WITNESS? Join us for a live Q&A with Harry on Twitter on Friday 12 September between 4pm – 4.45pm GMT.
Tweet your questions to @pentagram with the hashtag #WITNESSlive.
For the past 21 days, Naresh Ramchandani and his team at Do The Green Thing have released one poster a day, created by a host of illustrators, artists and designers, including seven Pentagram partners. The main aim of the campaign is a countdown to Earth Hour, an annual event organised by WWF mobilising people around the world to switch off for an hour.
Join us on Twitter tomorrow Friday March 22nd from 11am-12pm GMT and tweet Naresh at @pentagram your questions, using the hashtag #23posters.
Pentagram’s Harry Pearce hosted a live Twitter Q&A today answering questions about his new identity for the Royal Academy. The RA has been a significant piece of work for Harry and his team who took on the challenge and privilege of rebranding one of Britain’s oldest institutions. Harry fielded many questions about the pressure of working for a such an admired organisation.
Pentagram’s Domenic Lippa hosted a live Q&A on today Twitter about his identity for this year’s London Design Festival.
Lippa received questions ranging from his typeface and colour selection to how to start a design studio in a recession.