by Bernard Lodge
Lino cut print.
Part of a tryptic of prints titled Angelus Uno, Dos and Tres.
Approximately 33 cm x 43 cm.
Available framed and unframed.
Bernard Lodge was a designer of television graphics. He was at the BBC for fourteen years and the variety of work included five title sequences for Doctor Who. Later, with a BBC colleague. He formed the company Lodge/Cheesman and produced graphics mainly for advertising, effects for the feature films Alien and Bladerunner, and diagrams for BMW in Munich. Eventually he began to design children’s books. The first one was illustrated with woodcuts. Bernard prints on a large Victorian press.
This work is shown at Atelier Beside the Sea as part of Votive. Desires, gratitude, prayers, hope all given form in heartfelt offerings.