James Gardner (1907-1995) was one of Britain's most imaginative post-war designers. Best known for his exhibition work, he applied his skills in a variety of contexts; from illustration to ship design. The archive comprises works on paper that describe individual design projects together with business correspondence and private papers. Original plans and drawings relate to major overseas exhibition projects, among them, the World's Fair, Brussels (1958) and the Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles (1993).
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