Maddison Graphic remembers World War One victims with considered design

Date
11 May 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

I’ve not been in touch with Maddison Graphic since I discussed their collaboration with the Methodist Church in Printed Pages Autumn 2014, but they’re carrying on their good work with religious establishments with this beautiful commemoration of the victims of World War One in Corpusty and Saxthorpe, two villages in Norfolk. Set in Albertus and Plantin it demonstrates tidy typesetting and a considered use of archival imagery. As ever it’s the rare marriage of great design and religious subject matter that makes Alfie and Edward’s work stand out from their peers.

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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Maddison Grapohic: Who Were The Fallen Of Corpusty And Saxthorpe?

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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