The
History

Script is named after its position
opposite Bunhill Fields – where two
historic literary and artistic figures
are laid to rest.
Script is named after its position opposite
Bunhill Fields – where two historic literary
and artistic figures are laid to rest.

Today, people travel in cultural pilgrimage to visit the memorials to Daniel Defoe (Robinson Crusoe) and most famously William Blake.

William
Blake

28 November 1757 –
12 August 1827

A radical and rebellious English poet, painter and printmaker – today he’s celebrated for creating some of the most iconic images in British art.

Whilst he spent most of his lifetime unrecognised – today his work continues to inspire visual artists, musicians, poets and performers worldwide.

Daniel Defoe

13 September 1660 – 24 April 1731

An English trader, writer, journalist, pamphleteer and even spy. Defoe is most famous for his novel Robinson Crusoe – which holds the accolade of being second only to the Bible in its number of translations.

Often seen as one of the early proponents of the Novel, he was a prolific writer and produced over 300 works (books, pamphlets and journals) on many diverse subjects.

Daniel
Defoe

13 September 1660 –
24 April 1731

An English trader, writer, journalist, pamphleteer and even spy. Defoe is most famous for his novel Robinson Crusoe – which holds the accolade of being second only to the Bible in its number of translations.

Often seen as one of the early proponents of the Novel, he was a prolific writer and produced over 300 works (books, pamphlets and journals) on many diverse subjects.

William Blake

28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827

A radical and rebellious English poet, painter and printmaker – today he’s celebrated for creating some of the most iconic images in British art.

Whilst he spent most of his lifetime unrecognised – today his work continues to inspire visual artists, musicians, poets and performers worldwide.

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