The exhibition is entitled “Maximum Meaning, Minimum Means”. This guy is a bit of an institution, his work spans over six decades, and has designed for clients such as Shell, the Financial Times, Guinness, British Airways, London Transport, El Al, and the United Nations. Well worth checking out if you have a bit of free time, also there are a series of lectures that will be held as part of the exhibition – full info here (places are pretty limited).
The exhibition is open Monday – Saturday 10.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. Admission Free. For those that don’t know the National College of Art and Design/Gallery is located on Thomas St. More info here.