Keep Calm Gallery—the South London purveyor of typography and poster design—recently added Seb Lester to their stable of artists. One of the United Kingdom's more renowned type designers, his work has graced the pages of the New York Times, GQ and the Sunday Times. He's also had typefaces used by corporations like Intel and Dell.
To mark the occasion, Lester designed the limited edition "Keep It Simple" print. Restricted to 200 signed and numbered screen prints, it employs the garish 19th century alphabet created by Daniel T. Ames. The Azure Blue paper measures 23.4 by 16.5 inches and costs about $45 dollars on the Keep Calm website.