"This letterform is a combination of 9 letter 'C's which were once present on shop fronts in Macclesfield town centre during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Some of the buildings still stand but the letterforms are no longer there. They are now typographic ghosts, representing a once golden typographic presence on the cobbled streets of Treacle Town."

About the designer, Lucy Biggs

Lucy Biggs, founder and curator of the Letterspace project, is a graphic designer, educator and researcher, with a ceaseless love for typography. Lucy previously worked as a graphic designer for The Guardian newspaper and the Institute of Contemporary Arts and as an art director for M&C Saatchi in Sydney. In addition, she spent several months working with Oded Ezer in Israel. Lucy studied typography and graphic design at London College of Communication and is currently Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Graphic Design course at Manchester School of Art, a fellow of the HEA (Higher Education Academy) and Membership Officer of the Graphic Design Educators' Network.

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  • Limited edition of 26
  • Screen print, 420 x 594mm, unframed
  • Ink: Clear Varnish
  • Paper: CenturaMetallic Old Gold, Slater Harrison
  • Printed by Dan Mather Screenprint
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