Australian painter, printmaker
(b.1946, Manchester, UK)
David Lancashire is a world-recognised graphic designer who has maintained a career as an artist. David’s standing in the design community is reflected in his membership of Alliance Graphique Internationale. His work has been recognized with many awards and has appeared in numerous Australian and international graphic design publications. He studied fine arts in the UK before settling in Australia. After working in advertising and design he set up his own practice in 1976. David Lancashire has built an enviable reputation designing everything from a postage stamp to three dimensional exhibition spaces, but it is his more recent work in the area of interpretive design that has been awarded and praised by his peers. David has had two sell-out painting exhibitions and his work is in private collections in France, UK, USA and Australia. He also has limited edition posters in the collections of the V&A Museum in London, the Olympic Museum in Switzerland, and the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia.
Sourced from McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Used with permission. Copyright: McCulloch and McCulloch.