David Cunningham, born in Ireland in 1954, lives and works in London. His work has ranged from pop music to gallery installations. Cunningham's first significant commercial success came with The Flying Lizards' single 'Money', an international hit in 1979. Since 1993 he has created a continuing series of installation works based on real time exploration of acoustics.
Cunningham has exhibited at Tate Britain, Biennale of Sydney, ICC Tokyo, Ikon Birmingham and the Camden Arts Centre.
Alphabet is a series of prints that numbers possible combinations of the 26 letters of the Roman alphabet with the rule that no consecutive letters of the alphabet appear in the standard character order. The series is limited to 10,000.