The Mimeographica Alphabetica show aims to investigate typography and manual printing.
For the show, Muggeridge worked with the pupils to create an alphabet designed by overlaying and duplicating stencils. The Gallery says the project is an attempt to “find out what happens when an obsolete technology becomes a creative tool in designing letterforms”.
Also going on display as part of the exhibition are materials from Muggeridge’s collection of design tools, including vintage stencil lettering sets and manuals and two mimeograph manual printing machines.
There are also two talks, on 30 October, involving Muggeridge and designer Eric Kindel. Tickets can be bought here.
Fraser Muggeridge: Mimeographica Alphabetica, runs until 30 November at Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1.