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From the late 1990s I began to make large-format digital prints. After taking a full-time teaching post at Cambridge School of Art in 1993 II had made no visual work of my own for about six years. This period coincided with the widespread adoption of digital media across the design professions. During this hiatus therefore I had begun to explore digital tools, and resumed my sporadic career as a visual artist through a series of digital prints inspired by the street typography of cities. This was led in turn to a series of increasingly abstract explorations of ideas originating in typographic design: the dynamics of grid structure, pattern and interval

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