The site is the online expression of Fletcher Studio, which was set up in 2010 by Alan’s daughter Raffaella Fletcher to manage the archive of her father’s work.
The archive itself features work from Fletcher’s student years (1952-59) right up to projects he was working on until his death in 2006.
A brilliant feature allows you to split the archive up using several themes: era, context, genre, subject and client.
Want to see all of Fletcher’s work for Pentagram? All his logo designs? Or all his project that involved collage or flowers? You can here.
Mike Dempsey has contributed a marvellous biography that runs throughout the archive and reveals some unexpected anecdotes – did Bob Gill really join (the then) Fletcher Forbes after taking clairvoyant advice in a caravan?
The site, which also features articles about and obituaries of Fletcher, has been designed by Crescent Lodge.
You can visit the Alan Fletcher archive at alanfletcherarchive.com.