Browns Design is getting under the bonnet of stock-car racing with an exhibition of work at its Flag Store studio by photographer Grant Scott. The consultancy has created the poster and an A1 screenprinted catalogue for the show, Crash Happy: A Night at the Bangers, which celebrates the ‘modern-day gladiators’ who careen clapped-out Ford Granadas around racetracks in Wimbledon. The exhibition is open on weekdays from 1-6pm at Browns, 29 Queen Elizabeth Street, London, SE1, until 19 October.
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