Mistry is founder of SuperArtClub, a print shop that provides an outlet for his creative ideas since leaving Publicis /Omnicom agency Experience worldwide.
The Icon Alphabet was inspired by childhood alphabet charts, he says, and features icons from the worlds of art, cinema, television, music and science.
Albert Einstein, Zebedee, Peter O’Toole, Vangelis, Quincy Jones and Funkadelic all make an appearance, forming what Mistry describes as ‘a grown-up alphabet of cool.’
The print was created using a Risograph machine, ‘an archaic Japanese printer which looks like a photocopier but functions like a silk screen printer’, explains Mistry.
Due to the technique used to separate the colours with the machine, every print is unique, giving a bright, bold look and a chalky finish.
The Icon Alphabet print is available from the SuperArtClub site here http://www.superartclub.com/alphabet.html