In conversation with the painter Harland Miller, a long-time friend of photographer Miles Aldridge, Miller mentioned that his work was partly inspired by the Penguin paperbacks designed by Aldridge’s father, the acclaimed graphic designer Alan Aldridge. The two talked about inspiration and artistic interpretation and Aldridge hatched a plan to make images in response to Miller. Aldridge was inspired by...
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