Dr. Paul Rennie is a collector, curator, writer, and teacher, at Central Saint Martins, London. Paul is recognised as an authority of the history of graphic design in Britain and has written about many aspects of design history in Britain, and about the Festival of Britain (1951). The artists identified through “an outbreak” provided a template for an expanding practice art and design..and whose work provides compelling evidence of a specifically British form of modernity, expressive of a combination of social progress and pleasure; modernism with beach-huts and bunting! Together with his wife, Karen, Paul curates a gallery in Folkestone by the sea, where they share their enthusiasm for this form of ‘comfy modern’.