Iconic record cover artist George Hardie exhibits in Brighton


A free exhibition of the work of George Hardie, the artist behind some of the most iconic album covers of 20th Century, will be held at the University of Brighton in March 2017.

Hardie, a graphic designer, illustrator and educator, trained at St Martin’s and the Royal College of Art and worked as a designer/illustrator for more than 40 years, making illustrations for clients around the world. He was the cover artist behind Led Zeppelin’s debut album Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon (most under the graphic design directions of Hipgosis’ Storm Thorgerson).

George Hardie taught illustration at the University of Brighton from the early 1980s until his retirement in 2014. He continues with PhD students, having become Professor in 1990. He is International Secretary for the Alliance Graphique Internationale and a Royal Designer for Industry.

The exhibition runs:
11 March – 7 April 2017
Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm (closed Sunday)
University of Brighton Gallery, Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY
Free Entrance

[Source: University of Brighton]