Alan Fletcher (1931 - 2006) is one of the most influential and respected figures in British design. Famous for the high profile work he created with Pentagram of which he was a co-founder, Fletcher became renowned as one of the most creative graphic designers on the British scene. "Anteaters to Zebras", created the year before his untimely death in 2006, is the first children's book by Alan Fletcher to be published in the UK. Originally designed with Fletcher's grandson in mind, this book is a creative, playful and witty introduction to the alphabet, expressing the pleasure he took in turning work and play into the same activity. Children and adults alike will delight in Fletcher's series of brightly coloured animals illustrating the letters of the alphabet and in his infectious sense of fun.
Alan Fletcher (1931-2006) was renowned as a designer with a unique style and purpose. He created memorable graphic identities for the V&A Museum, Reuters, Lloyd's of London, IBM, London Transport, and others. Fletcher wrote many books on design, including his seminal Art of Looking Sideways.